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Basics that are reqd for Business One SDK

Hello Eveyone,

I am new to this technology. I am working on Dot Net technologies from past 3 yrs.

I came to know that b1 sdk is on dot net.

So, i have decided to learn this SAP course.

So, Can anyone suggest me the road map for learning the SAP b1 SDK..

Thanks In Advance.....

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 07:05 PM

    hi sishir,

    Its good to learn this technology. As you have experience in Dot Net, you can learn this SDK Part with a little effort.

    But before you start the SDK, You should have the proper business flow knowledge of SAP b1. So you should learn the basic modules that are there in the business one. So, if you have enough knowledge in the business flow, then you can easily identify the tasks that you have to customize...

    So, my suggestion for you is to first finish off the business one process flow and then come to the SDK part.

    Regards,

    jagadeesh.v

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 07:04 PM

    Sishir,

    To learn the SAP Business One SDK, I suggest that you start with the SAP Business One SDK Help Center Documentation that comes with the SDK when you install it as well as reviewing the SDK eLearning here ...

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/webcontent/uuid/6207e283-0a01-0010-6c84-bacd2745c33f [original link is broken]

    Once you understand the SDK ... you can also reveiw the SDK Tools available to you at ...

    SAP Business One Tools [original link is broken]

    HTH,

    Eddy

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