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Career in SAP EP

Former Member
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Hi,

I have worked as a Java developer for 2.2 Years experience.

Since I have interest in SAP EP, I got training in some local institute. Now I am searching for SAP EP Jobs for more than 1 year but I could not able to see any opening for Fresher in SAP EP jobs. and unfortunately still I haven't get any job in SAP EP.

If I learn any other module in SAP, then there will be a chance to get job in SAP technology.

I am very confused and frustrated. Please help me in this.

Thanks in Advance,

With Warm Regards,

Sathyakala Veeraraj

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MaheshChandra
Active Contributor
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hi

As of my knoeldge there are plenty of opportunites in EP sector, but as a fresher i think its difficult to find a job in any sector.

i am also a java programmer having 2.6 years of experiance, recently i got an oppurtunity to work in SAP EP. Many Mutinational Companies using SAP Netweaver EP . send your resumes to all companiees mentioning your strenghts and interest in this field. hope you get a call.

Former Member
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Hi,

I've worked with EP for 6 years, as SAP Consultant and it has lots of opportunities. Redesign and develop user interfaces, develop on WebDynpro ABAP + Java and SOA arquitectures are good ways to find good jobs.

Hope this helps,

Iván.

OttoGold
Active Contributor
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If I were you (or what would I ask you if I would be a guy to hire):

- have you ever tried working with SAP? If not, download the NetWeaver trial

- have you ever worked with SAP EP? If not, get the Java trial + light EP, install, configure, develop something

- have you ever worked with the SAP data? If not, learn ABAP (what you will not probably do) or (what you definitely should do) download and learn to use Jco (Java connector for SAP). You can play with Jco from pure Java or JSP for example. I have tried that and works fine.

- have you ever developed something with SAP Java? If not, start with Java Webdynpro and NWDI

This will take you few weeks, months if you will try to learn as much as possible.

You should offer something before asking for a job. So follow the course outlined above and you can definitely become more aligible for SAP EP job.

Looks like I will have to write a blog about it.

Regards Otto

Former Member
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Hi Otto Gold,

Thanks for your message. I will surely concentrate on this.

Can I know is there any material or Book or eBook available to have practise on many topics.

Former Member
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I haven't done any SAP Certification. How much is it value in the market? Is it really mandatory for the freshers to have the SAP Certification? is there any bank loan possible for doing SAP Certification?

OttoGold
Active Contributor
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Reasonable (hopefully) text to follow: http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/19402. [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken]

Otto

MaheshChandra
Active Contributor
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Hi satya,

this book contains all details of basics of portal and some advanced concepts.

once check this i hope its useful to u.

SAP Netweaver Portal Technology Complete Reference

http://books.google.com/books?id=nnZRSgDLATAC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false

see this link in HELP.SAP for Portal basics

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/EN/43/23dbeccb0e0d24e10000000a1553f7/frameset.htm

Sap NetWeaver Fundamentals:

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_bic703/helpdata/de/42/c06f42ca95dc54e10000000a155106/frameset.htm

i think these links will useful to u

and search in sdn.sap.com/ articles and wiki there you find all information.

cheers

Maheshchandra