March 20, 2010

SAP NetWeaver for Dummies

4 out of 5 stars

A very approachable book as you would expect from this genre. I wouldn't suggest you read this first but after you have studied the course I think you will find it provides a good foundation for understanding more sophistciated issues with SAP NetWeaver.

When I first got it over a year ago I only skimmed it. My initial reaction was one of disappointment becasue I was looking for technical details. The book doesn't contain any programming examples of advice, for this you will need to find something else (if you are that way inclined).

When I re-read it this weekend having completed writing the couse notes I went back and edited my notes and I hope this has resulted in more approachable material.

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