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ABAP to Netweaver

hi friends,

currently i am working as ABAPER and having 1.8 yrs of experience and

i am working on support (maintaince) Project and i want to move towards development in software company .Can any body suggest me where should i get

the ebooks/ study material on NETweaver technology so that i should enrich my

knowledge (ABAP+Netweaver) and move towards software company .

Regards,

Kamal

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2007 at 07:04 PM

    Hi Kamal,

    Basically you need to choose one area in Netweaver like Portals or XI or WAS or MDM etc.

    There are lot of materials you can find if you search/browse Internet. You can even buy good books available in the market.Also, you can go for a training in a best Institute in your area.

    Apart from this, I suggest you to search and post the same in the respective Netweaver forums for better results.

    Good Luck.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Srinivasa

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 11:01 AM

    dear fr,

    Netweaver is like a platform with lot of components like BI XI Portal or EP,MDM etc.

    If you are gud in ABAP i suggest you can go for BI because XI And WAS etc are based upon Java....

    But BI is used for reporting purpose and backend is associated with ABAP.

    It is just a suggestion you can choose whatever you feel easy and you are confident to do.

    Please reward if it helps.

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