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Practising SAP at home

Hi.. I am learning SAP and i need to practise it at home . i came to know about 2 versions miniSAP 4.6D and SAP Netweaver 7.0 (2004s) which can serve my purpose. which version would be better for me?? my pc has 1gb RAM.

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2008 at 11:26 PM

    Hi Neil,

    I would recommend you start with miniSAP 4.6D, it is much lighter and 1GB RAM would suffice. Netweaver 7.0 will need huge disk space and RAM.

    You can practice on miniSAP 4.6D to learn ABAP workbench since it doesn't have any modules in it and it has free license. And easy to install.

    Netweaver will have limited days license.

    So if you have enough diskspace and expandable memory (RAM) (and ya the most important, if you are comfortable with the installation !!) you can go for Netweaver.

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2008 at 02:41 PM

    Hello,

    Try to upgrade your ram if you find it too slow. It struggled on my 1.3gig 2gb ram machine. I've just got a quad core with 4gig ram and I hope it's just like being in the office 😊

    Kind regards

    Ash Thomas

    Sap Consultant

    http://www.ashpeople.com>Ash People, Sap Consultants & Sap Consultancy

    http://www.ashpeople.com>www.ashpeople.com

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