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Career shift for ABAPer

Hi all,

I am an ABAPer withone and half years of experience.

I have worked on ALV Reports,BDC's,Enhancements,BADI's,Modulepool,Smartform.

1)Can somebody guide me if its appropriate to move to some Netweaver component as i will be starting form zero in that component.

2)If yes then which Netweaver component is appropriate and are there enough projects in the market(India) as it makes no sense in learning and then siting on the bench.

3)Or its appropriate to learn some functional module like SD or CRM.

Thanks.

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 12:40 PM

    Hai,

    It depends on you career interests,If you can able to manage and got good functional knowledge,it is worth to enter into CRM. But most of the ABAPers who got good skills like you will learn BI and for Business Intelligence,it requires some programming knowledge also.

    If you got additional skills like JAVA or .Net,it is also worth entering into Enterprise Portal. And can go further into Process Integration(XI).

    Thanks and Regards,

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 06:59 AM

    hi sandeep,

    you have posted the same question in 2 or 3 forums, but please let us know if you have any further questions or is your doubt clarified.

    regards

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