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TB1300

Hi everybody,

my company is going to send me to partecipate on the TB1300 session course. Im not scared about programming, coz is my background, but reading the "Prerequisites" there is one that worry me:

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<h5> Prerequisites:</h5>

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TB1200 SAP Business One - Implementation and Support

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When we installed SAP, there was a consultant he did everything I just follow what he was doing, than one I installed by myself on a test pc, but I don't know how much expert I should be in order to apply for the TB1300.

Can anybody give me some idea about it?

Thx in advance

Regards

Roberto

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 05:53 PM

    Roberto,

    I am not sure in what country you will be going to the TB1300 SDK class, but in the US taught SDK class there is not a lot of emphasis on installation and support of the SAP Business One product. The focus of the class is on the Business One SDK and SDK Tools and how to use them to create add-ons that integrate with SAP Business One using the provided API's, packaging of the add-on, etc.

    While you should have a general understanding of the SAP Business One product (as this helps in programming against the product) as well as the installation of it, I do not think it will hurt you not being an "expert" on the installation of Business One for the TB1300 class.

    Where you would want to gain a little more knowledge of the SAP Business One product and install, is when you are ready to sit for the SDK certification exam which is not administered during the class in the US. Also, the eLearning for the SDK has as a pre-requisite and as part of eLearning the SAP Business One product.

    Hope that helps,

    Eddy

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