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Java or BSP or .NET for EP

Hey guys,

I am going to start working on EP development soon.

I want to know few answers.

For portal development we have many options for iview programming.

We can use java or bsp or even .net.

Which one is the best choice , in the sense which one has higher job opportunities (since i need a job as soon i finish this project) and going to last longer and popular in the market ?

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2005 at 03:34 PM

    Hi Tushar

    For more on WebDynpro, please check the following forum:

    career-in-webdynpro

    Regards

    Ashish Jain

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    • I would suggest taking the time to learning it all. It can't hurt to know a little about a lot. For example, I don't think that we at my company will ever actually use a BSP in a productive environment since we already have implemented using java and webdynpro, but I'm taking the day today to learn about BSP and how it works.

      By learning WebDynpro for Java, this will help you learn WebDypro for ABAP much faster. If you know the MVC model in java it will help you understand webdynpro in ABAP.

      Regards,

      Rich Heilman

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2005 at 03:08 PM

    Hi Tushar

    I will definitely vote for Java.........

    Java is a good platform and i think has a better and longer future.

    Cheers

    All the best for finding a good job

    Ashish

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2005 at 03:13 PM

    If you are looking to the long term I would go WebDynpro. Start now by learning WebDynpro Java and then pickup WebDynpro ABAP as soon as it is available if you want the maximum flexibility.

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      Hi Thomas,

      If we want to use java for iview programming we use JAVA PDK.

      But what is Java webdynpro? Is it different from Java PDK ?

      If I am learning Java Webdynpro what is the need of learning ABAP Dynpro after that or rather why not go for ABAP Webdynpro straight away since I have worked in abap ?

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2005 at 03:37 PM

    Hi Tushar

    Currently, Java based WebDynpro only is available but SAP is soon planning to come up with ABAP based one.

    Cheers

    Ashish

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