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I am a software professional in J2EE world, want to chang my career with SAP, trying to get SAP training but no clue where to start. Any one please give me some direction.

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Raj

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  • Posted on Jun 04, 2012 at 05:00 AM

    Hi Raj,

    Please give more about your background for us to guide you better.

    Best Regards,

    Leon

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  • Posted on Jun 04, 2012 at 07:05 AM

    Hi,

    Get trained in SAP ABAP from some authorized institute.

    ABAP is the language on which the SAP works.

    Regards,

    Alok Tiwari

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 06:45 PM

    Raj,

    I think we need just a bit more about your current skillset. DBA is a buzzword that would send you down a NetWeaver System Administrator (a.k.a. Basis) path, but developer is a buzzword that would send you down a programming track. SAP utilizes a proprietary programming language called ABAP, but it also uses JAVA for a significant subset of it's functionality. Tech Team Lead indicates a more managerial skillset and the word design leans us back over towards the programming side.

    What tasks/activities do you enjoy most, DBA, programming, and/or managerial?

    I've gathered up a few blogs which might help:

    A blog series for folks trying to learn SAP when they don't have an SAP job already

    I have written a few blogs and started a few conversations which touch on this indirectly:

    There are a few blogs by other authors which I also think will be very helpful for you

    Hope this helps!

    Best regards,

    --Tom

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