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Hello All,

I have a urgent assignment for providing training at onsite where my responsibilities over there may as below

which IDONT UNDERSTAND what they.

- "Provides Business Asystems analysis staff assistance to sap training material development"

Does this mean functional overview of the application??

- responsible for developing business specification

I think this related to functional . I am abaper and why does they need to make do the functional things??

Do you people think this related to functional things more than technical things??

Please also send any doc's related to end user training to . I would be thankful to you.

Sure to give points to reply's !!!!!

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 08:09 AM

    SDN SAP ( or whoever you are..)

    It looks like end user training as well as preparing business specifications.. but then again.. for which modules / context.?

    Unless you can tell us what the context of the assignment is it would be next to impossible to fathom what you want. We are not the clients ( though some client members may actually be members.)

    My 0.02


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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 06:18 AM


    You're rather vague in your description. Therefore I would suggest to have a look at the elearning section of PBX: [original link is broken]

    Btw it's not a good idea to name yourself sdn sap as user and certainly not in your e-mail. It can be confusing at let make people think you're an SDN admin, which isn't the case.

    Providing an e-mail address isn't a good idea. First of all, SDN forums is all about sharing knowledge and thus mailing to people is contraproductive. Secondly, you will have the risk of getting spam.



    Put yourself on the SDN world map ( and earn 25 points.

    Spread the wor(l)d!

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