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is ABAP going to lie down under java ?


rumours are going on that Java will be the major programming language for SAP in future, though abap will not die, as all those web article say, but its defintely going to lie down under, java,

is it not additional burden for a developer being in sap, doing ABAP+ java, where in he can fully devote to java, and then choose many openly available jobs in different domains.................................

its like if we want to be in sap, we learn ABAP would be good enough to program, now along with ABAP, have to learn JAVA that too at very deep level,

then instead learn Java and take jobs in other domains.............................

whats your comments botn on java overtaking abap

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  • Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 01:29 PM

    Hello, this was my favorite lunch-time topic when I started doing SAP three years ago. And nothing has changed during that years. Except that most of the SAPguys started to hate Java Webdynpro:)) And ESS/MSS is being rewritten to ABAP WD etc. Is that enough to prove there will be no Java revolution in next five years. There will be enough ABAP work for everybody for next 5 to ten years for sure.

    Regards Otto, Czech Republic

    p.s.: But there are different trends in different parts of this planet...

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