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i need help about my career in SAP


I need a help about my career, i complete my bachlour in computer science , i am also sun certified java programmer for jdk 1.4, i want to start my carrer in SAP, plz i need a little guidence about the SAP, i want to goin this arena, any one tell me who much i earn money after this course completion, and what is job percentage in the world of the sap, i am looking forward for replay, my email is


saud khalid

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2004 at 10:22 AM


    Good to know that you are a certified JAVA programmer. With the introduction of latest releases of WAS and NetWeaver, people having strong JAVA skills will be in high demand. You could target EP or xApps as a JAVA developer.

    What I would recommend is to get hold of a good book on ABAP like ABAP Objects and try to get a feeling of ABAP as well. This will certainly add to your skillset.

    So far as job percentage is concerned, prospects are good for those who are sound technically as well as in their soft skills. Try to become a consultant, rather than a developer. You must be able to communicate well. In my opinion, monetary reward is only a side effect of your hard work and dedication. The most important thing is your comprehension as well as your vision.

    So, enjoySAP. All the best with your career!


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      Waalaikum Assalam,

      Sorry for the delayed reply. I was out of city. A minor correction on the course length, it is 5 weeks (working days only) and not four months.

      Siemens is not the only organization that is charging this much fee. In fact, comparing to the rates from rest of the world, it is quite reasonable. Any way, a cost effective way is to purchase the book ABAP Objects. It contains a mini version of SAP that you could install and take a ride. There are so many other organizations in Karachi who are implementing SAP. Try to get in one of them to get hands on training. Try Siemens as well. I heard they are short of skilled resource. If you can demonstrate your ability as a sound developer, you might get a chance there as well.

      If you need further guidance, email me at