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gusto ko din itry ang SAP.. san po may opening for trainee position. thanks
hi Sir Lance Edward,
I am a computer science graduate way back 1999, though after graduation hindi po kasi IT line of work ako napunta, it is more of supply chain operations, particularly in supply planning. I have been expose in different manufacturing industries from from different MNC pero as supply planning supervisor. i was able to be exposed sa oracle at SAP (planning module).
it was only at this moment that i realized to go back and explore my degree course. am i already late po ba? interested po ako sana sa SAP eh. willing po ako mag start as entry level possible pa po kaya? at more than willing po ako na i train at mag back to zero po, basta po matutunan ko lang yun basic requirement and from them pagsisikapan ko po na umangat ulit.
yun mga exposure ko po sa SAP is more of master data, APO, RRP3, SNP93 planning modules po.
may alam po ba kayo na tumatanggap ng SAP trainee po sa mga case na kagaya ko po?
Abap itself is really big and even people with more than 10 years experience havent really mastered ABAP kasi it grows bigger and bigger with newer technologies. If you stop learning, you would be behind.
To be really competitive dapat very diverse yung experience mo
Pano yung WDP, adobe interactive forms? Narinig na ba ng abaper mo yung POWL. What i mean is abap is ever changing and they dont have a strict standard (though oop yung de facto standard for the newer developments)
So yes in semantics it is easier pero in actual development i wouldnt really say so. But thats just me baka iba lang ang absorption ko sa both. Sa akin kasi as long as the semantics is standard, it's easier
Pero di ko naman sinasabi na mahirap si abap
Any Good-Better-Best Companies which offers great training for fresh grad as a SAP consultant?
Any Book/Website that you know can help when learning SAP from scratch?
Any other advice?
Hello pinoy ABAPERS!
I'm having a problem in attaching 4 character file extension to GOS using an ABAP, 3 character file extension works fine.
The evil geniuses from the Microsoft’s Department of Screw-You-All decided to mess with the file extensions: familiar ‘doc’ for some reason has become ‘docx’ and ‘xls’ – ‘xlsx’. And while the above mentioned file name expansion in Windows 95 at least had some benefits for the users, this one is just an act of pure evil, if you ask me. Is there a single person in the whole world who is not employed by Microsoft and cares for these new extensions? I honestly doubt that. But noooo, they just had to do this… What is wrong with these people?
Oh well, the sad reality is that now even ABAP developers have to deal with this somehow. It looks like even the SAP masterminds did not expect such audacious move by Microsoft (check and mate!), because all the function modules that are somehow involved with the file manipulations (including SO_OBJECT_INSERT, which I used in my previous GOS-related post) have allocated only 3 characters for the variable to hold the file extension.
So far I have been unable to get it to work absolutely correctly with the Word 2007 files. The files do open, but Word keeps complaining that they’re corrupt and wants to “recover” them. If you click “Yes’ to recover, the file will open just fine, but this is very confusing and annoying to the users.
ang Sap ba at ERP same lang?
nope.. SAP is an example of ERP system..
bakit kaya naging sobrang popular ang SAP compare sa ibang erp systems? tsaka ang lalaki ng sahod nyo, hehe compare sa mga ibang soft dev. hehe
Career shifter ako and sana may mahanap akong company na willing mag train kahit may bond. Mukang ok kasi ang pay at stable ang industry ng SAP.
Hello Sir Lance Edward,
Salamat po! Nabuhayan naman ako ng loob.. =) Actually nag try po ako mag hanap ng mga company na nag aaccept ng SAP Trainee. Tapos nag response po sa akin yung Kaisa... sa qc po sila di ba... they are inviting me for interview and exam po eh.
familiar po ba kayo sa Kaisa? are they headhunter po ba? kasi naguluhan ako sa profile nun company sa net eh.. nakalagay they offer training, pero i hire ka nila.. pero sa ad nila nakalagay "our client is a leading FMCG company". Naisip ko tuloy aka headhunter sila...
sensya na po... hope to hear more from you Sir.
Hi po. I need a little help lang.
I'm a fresh grad and got recently hired. Expected ko talaga sa programming ako ilalagay pero sa SAP SD bootcamp ako nilagay. Ang problema ay wala talaga akong background dito sa SAP and I'm having a hard time.
Nung first 3 days ng training ang pinag-aralan namin is order to cash cycle. Masyadong fast paced yung training kaya minsan mahirap na sundan.
Hindi naman ako makapag-practice dito sa bahay ng SAP at nagre-rely lang ako sa handout na binigay samin pero hindi masyadong detailed.
Sa mga experts diyan, pwede po bang makahingi ng advise dito sa SAP SD especially dun sa order to cash cycle. Wala po akong masyadong makitang online tutorials and e-books tungkol dito eh. Sana po meron kayong pwedeng i-share.
Maraming online tutorial and ebooks na nagkalat about SAP. Yan ang maganda sa SAP, merong established community na to support. I hate to say this but please try to use Google first to look for what you need. Here is a link to SAP Help ng SD http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp...9/frameset.htm Yan na ang bible mo simula ngayon. Good luck. Welcome to the club