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Ayub ali khan
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Hi,

I need some advice on Career shift. I have 2yrs or experience in Java/J2ee. Is it a good decision to move to SAP XI ? How are career prospects, pay for SAP XI ?

Thanks and Regards
Ayub


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Vivek Nidhi
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Joined: Aug 10, 2003
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Hi,
To my expericence XI is one of the Hot SAP products. Also with Java Skills its easy to pick up. I would suggest to learn it ASAP as market is too good for it.


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Vivek Nidhi
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Vasu MuraliKrishnan
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Joined: Feb 13, 2007
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Dear Vivek Nidhi,
I have 4+ yrs of exp in IT and now i want to shift to other technology. Iam confused btwn SAP or Java. Please help me choosing the rite kind of technology for me. Thanks in advance
Vivek Nidhi
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Hi,
Shifting between Java and SAP!!.
I would suggest working in both SAP and Java.
Currently SAP has lots of support for Java since its main product, SAP Netweaver has a Java Stack. It would be easy to learn SAP Portal or SAP XI with Java knowledge.

IMHO: Build multiple skills and build a stable future.

regards,
Vivek Nidhi.
SAP Certified Developer Consultant -Netweaver 2004
SUN Certified Java Programmer 1.4
SUN Certified Java Associate 1.0
IBM Certified Database Associate 700
Vasu MuraliKrishnan
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Dear Vivek Nidhi,
Iam afraid that you haven't got my question rite or i didn't post it to mean it that way. I don't have any exp in Java and have exp in TPF (mainframe stuff) and want to move out of it. Currently iam looking at what is best for me to take up from here...Java or SAP ?
Ayub ali khan
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Thank you for your reply Vivek!!

I am exploring the options on SAP.

Best Regards
Ayub
Imran Jack
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Joined: May 05, 2008
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Ayub, so what did you do finally ??? SAP or J2EE ???

I am in similar situations and it will be very kind if you share your research on this comparison with me
Jhon Lena
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