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Netweaver component for ABAPer

Hi all,

I am an ABAPer with 1 and half years of experience. Can somebody guide me about which Netweaver component is appropriate for me so that my ABAP knowledge if maximum utilised.

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 06:14 AM

    Hi Sandeep,

    As you are from ABAP background, you are better to learn XI/PI(Exchange Infrastructure),

    BI(Business Intelligence) and MDM(Master Data Management) in netweaver platform.

    -> MDM itself does not require ABAP coding,but ABAP api or JAVA api is required to integrate

    the MDM to the web.

    -> XI/PI requires ABAP programming in mapping but it's not mandatory.Actually mapping in XI

    can be done in so many ways.

    1) Message Mapping

    2) XSLT Mapping

    3) ABAP Mapping

    4) JAVA Mapping. so you can choose any mapping depend on your skill.

    -> I don't know much about BI .But i know that it is used for reporting the data(Analysis

    purpose), Recently i came to know that it requires ABAP coding but i am not sure about

    that.

    -> You can also go for Webdynpro-ABAP in netweaver platform.It requries Object Oriented

    ABAP.

    Please reward points, if you found useful.

    Thanks,

    Narendra.

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      Hi Sandeep,

      As you are ABAPer my suggestion for you is to go for webdynppro ABAP which is the best UI technology for developing webapplications in the ABAP environment.It becomes easy for you to work and also it is gaining popularity in the present SAP market for the UI design with its extensible features.

      Reward points if useful

      thanks and Regards,

      kumari

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