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hi experts ,

now i am working on WEB DYNPRO FOR ABAP .

so i am planing to learn MDM .

so i want u r suggeston tht my decision is correct .

how is the future of MDM .

wt r the prerequiste for MDM .

Thanks,

Kumar

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 07:27 AM

    Hi Kumar,

    MDM will be very hot in the market very soon. Since all the companies are planning to move to ESOA ( Enterprise service oriented architecture), they will definitely have to implement MDM for that.

    As for your decision, since you already working on WEB DYNPRO FOR ABAP it will be nice for you to learn MDM now.

    Regarding the prerequiste for MDM:

    There is nothing special that you require for MDM, but as you will gradually start working on the tool , knowledge for ECC, BI, XI, EP etc will be required as there are a lot of integration scenarios required in MDM.

    Thanks and Regards

    Nitin Jain

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 01:25 PM

    Hi Kumar,

    The future of MDM looks bright. It would be great if you have some knowledge of BI, XI, EP, etc. as there are lots of integration scenarios.

    Also I am providing you a link for where you can study the different tools of MDM.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_mdm550/helpdata/en/43/D7AED5058201B4E10000000A11466F/frameset.htm

    Hope this is heplful.

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