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Want to know about my solutions

Hi every body,

It happens to many time that what ever solution i give doesn't get appreciated.

and if that same solution is given by some other gurus in other language is appreciated.

so i just want to know that whether my solutions are not upto the mark.

please let me know where i need to improve.

regards

Raj.

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2009 at 12:15 PM

    Dear Raj

    Dont lose your heart my dear friend. This is a fate in almost all forums.

    We give a valid suggestion for the query raised and after seeing our suggestions, some people will just change the words here and there and give the same suggestion.

    Here, the person who has posted second will get appreciation / points and it is definitely not right but its all part of the game and we have to face the music. The person who is posting the question should analyse all comments and finally he / she has to comment / appreciate on those suggestions.

    In fact, what the worst case is that for most of the threads, we give suggestion and the person who has posted the question would have got the solution from that but as a courtesy sake, he will not even update the forum and keep the thread as Unanswered.

    So give suggestions as much as you can and have a feeling that somebody is appreciating you indirectly for the suggestions you are giving.

    It is hardly one month since you registered with this forum and there is a long way to go. Keep walking without any frustration. You will be rewarded definitely for the efforts you would be giving !!!!!!! ok

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2009 at 12:33 PM

    Being frustrated by others is a part of "that SDN feeling". Don't let it get to you and keep your chin up.

    having said that, you also mentioned:

    > It happens to many time that what ever solution i give doesn't get appreciated.

    This is sometimes a symptom of points gaming going on. Not always, but in the past it has been a good "tip off".

    > and if that same solution is given by some other gurus in other language is appreciated.

    Which "other language" are you refering to.

    Can you post a few examples here (links to such frustrating threads). I will warm up "the chair" in the meantime 😉

    Cheers and enjoy the weekend,

    Julius

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2009 at 06:31 PM

    Do not lose faith. Continue to strive to provide assistance and leadership.

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2009 at 02:00 AM

    Hello Raj,

    I have since started again offering solutions in the forums with my public personal account. Starting from scratch with points as I lost all of the prior ones with my S-user account from my old job. Of which, didn't really matter as I enjoy offering solutions and actually learning from it. As for you, try as much in enjoying providing solutions - points come in as a bonus.

    You will see more problems - just like earlier with my public account, I already offered the solution and gave the core explanation/background. And then came the lemmings- simply repeating what I've already said. Of which is downright annoying. You also have these so-called experts who just read one part of the thread title/question like: "Federated Portal Network (FPN)" - they zombie-post links to overviews or forums that doesn't even solve the question.. and at times even be awarded with extra points. That's just a portion of the general problem.

    Just keep on offering solutions. And have fun. 😉

    Regards,

    Jan

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      > You will see more problems - just like earlier with my public account, I already offered the solution and gave the core explanation/background. And then came the lemmings- simply repeating what I've already said. Of which is downright annoying. You also have these so-called experts who just read one part of the thread title/question like: "Federated Portal Network (FPN)" - they zombie-post links to overviews or forums that doesn't even solve the question.. and at times even be awarded with extra points. That's just a portion of the general problem.

      When you see this happen - hit the abuse button. I've clamped down a bit with the links, and it's reduced the number of "Try this link. Hope it helps" kind of responses.

      regards

      matt

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2009 at 09:13 AM

    Hi Raj,

    this seems to be a normal behavior in the most forums - not only SAP -. (There really is a forum world outside of SAP^^) i.e. I only post on B1 forums, there often you never get a response to your comments or suggestions. So you do not know, if your solution works.

    But there are a lot of different people. After a while you will know those community members who often are in the forum and those they only one times take part. For example in B1 forums i know, if i start a new topic in the afternoon, that Gordon would answer.

    So like the other members said, face to the SDN music.

    Regards Steffen

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