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Second class SDN member =0(


I just got this message when I tried to access an area of the SDN site:

You need to be registered as an SAP employee/partner/customer in order to view this area of SDN.

Does this mean that I am a second class member ?



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  • Posted on Oct 31, 2003 at 08:02 PM

    Hi Thomas,

    Nobody is a second class member of SDN. We strive to provide the maximum amount of content which we can. That said, we are governed by the general rules of SAP with respect to what content we can allow different levels of users to access. Particularly sensitive material such as SAP Notes is restricted to Customers and Partners since they pay for the right to see them. Any areas which contain SAP Notes such as Dev Today have to be restricted for that reason. Why not upgrade your account? If your company has an SAP installation, you can apply for membership on the SAP Service Marketplace using your installation number or company Customer number. Then you can use your Service Marketplace credentials to obtain a partner or customer level account with SDN.

    Best Regards,


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