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NetWeaver Ramp Up - Internal.

I'm a developer in the NetWaver area (XI).Recently I have joined a virtual team for Netweaver Knowledge transfer to application developers.The goal is to familiarize developers (increase awareness ) with netWeaver components both at technical and business level.We have come across lot of challenges on the methodology to be adopted.Any input (specially consulting standpoint) in this direction will be highly appreciated.

This space would also be used to post our learning from the knowledge transfer exercise.

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2004 at 01:34 PM

    Greeting Bikram, Can you provide the link or location to the existing methodology for NetWeaver? Thanks! Angie

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      Hi Angie,

      We have tried to demo an xApps (xRPM) which more or less cuts across all netWeaver components and along side

      made presentation on all components (EP,BI,XI etc).This approach was kind of appreaciated by our audiance but that is not finalised.We are also trying to finalize the content based on the feedback form first set of training.

      The general feedback is people want business oriented approach (business case they can relate and how netWeaver hepls building solution for the business case) in learning netWeaver.

      Once all these are ready,I would be able to give you the details.



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