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Hi all,

This is jeevan kamble studying at IIIT Pune pursuing MBA-IT degree.Sir currently i am doing an internship at GE (Gecis) Hyderabad for a project work on "Knowledge Management". I do have industrial exposure on KM at Kirloskar oil engines, Tatasteel, Tata johnson controls etc. as a trainee. Presently at GE i am asigned a task of developing KM Culture/framework and measurement module. GE is also using Interwoven software pacakge for KM initiatives.

Please sir i need your guidance and thoughts regarding:

a) What should be the basic background for learning SAP Netweaver-->KM.

b) On SDN network there is lot valuable stuff on SAP Netweaver and also KM but i am not aware which article i should read first making groundwork for next article.Sir please can you guide me which article i should read first and which next i.e. chapter wise and step wise.

3) I am interested to make a sound background for SAP Netweaver "KM" balancing the conceptual and functional exposure on KM.

Since subrato mentioned about some of the articles ,please can i get your views on this regard i.e. to go for SAP KM what i should know first.

I Hope that i have cleared my basic needs! Sir i need to approach this learning in proper manner,it would be great to here from you about your other opnions.

Thanking you!



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    Posted on Aug 10, 2005 at 05:45 AM

    Hi Jeevan,

    This will be useful: management and collaboration developers guide.html



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    Posted on Aug 10, 2005 at 05:31 AM

    Hi Jeeven

    KM is mainly used for storing the documents in the repositories and doing a well organized search and retrival of documents using the powerful TREX search. Also KM has so many features associated with it like versioning, approval, notifications on actrions link uploading the documents etc. You can also provide the access to the documents based on the permissions given to the user. These documents can be presented in the required way by using the flexible UI interfaces.

    The collaboration feature helps in creating the collaboration rooms with both syncronous and asyncronous communications. Features like webex meetings,integration with different mail systems is also possible.

    You can go through the documents in the elearning sections in sdn. Also you can go for to find any information you needed.



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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2005 at 05:39 AM

    Hi Jeevan,

    Have you visited the There you will find the basics of KM in Information Integration. Actually there are 3 things in Information Integration

    -> Business Intelligence (BI).

    -> <u><b>Knowledge Management (KM).</b></u>

    -> Master Data Management (MDM).

    For learning about the basics of KM I think you must first visit this site. Once you get to know about the basics and what exactly KM is all about, then it will be more advantageous going fore technical issues which are genrally discussed in SDN forums and in Web Logs.

    Please have a look to this link:>

    This link starts from the basics of KM to the technical side of KM. This is best at this point of time.

    I hope this solves your problem.



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