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SAP for Java Developers

Former Member
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Hi,

I am new to SAP and I am learning SAP data services. I have "intermediate" level skills in Java. I want to know what are the opportunities for Java developers in the SAP world. When I say Java, I mean Java and Frameworks like Spring, Struts, Hibernate etc. If the SAP tool needs other technical skills also, BESIDES java, that is fine.

I saw some examples where Java developers could help SAP development - Program java based data adapters for SAP data services (BODS),
Make report portals with Java, Spring, HTML, CSS, JavaScript. Any more examples like these ?

Is there anyway to know where I can use my Java skills in SAP ?

Thanks in advance.

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Former Member
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Just do bit search on ABAP and UI5. both are programming language and easy to learn for a developer.    Just you need to learn some syntax.

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former_member212941
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Hi

you can make use of your java skills in sap by becoming abaper

many fresh abaper shine and competate with the jawa knowledge more than experienced guys

who dont know java concept

regards

Leo

Former Member
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Just do bit search on ABAP and UI5. both are programming language and easy to learn for a developer.    Just you need to learn some syntax.

former_member184657
Active Contributor
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Is what you are looking for?

pk

former_member182302
Active Contributor
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Hi Terry,

Just came across your thread. Your JAVA skills can be used thoroughly for creating applications using UI5 on SAP HANA.

Even am trying to refresh JAVA for this reason.

Have a look on this blog from Thomas, regarding XS in SAP HANA.

Regards,

Krishna Tangudu

Former Member
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Thanks to everyone for their answers. I appreciate it. I heard that Java developers can work on the "reporting side" (crystal reports perhaps???). Not sure what that really means, but it was something like - Java developers can create web-portals/reporting dashboards using Java related technologies like - JSP, Servlets, Hibernate, Spring, Struts, Wicket etc., besides HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Is this correct ?

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Not exactly, but yes using Java Script and HTML you can work on UI5.. "Here" you can get some info for the same..