Okt 22 2008

Useful books for learning SAP NetWeaver

Published by at 9:29 PM under SAP

On my stressful way learning how to be a great SAP NetWeaver Developer, i am reading many books and online-tutorials. In this blog i want to show you some good books which i recommend. All books are available in German too.

SAP NetWeaver: The Official Guide

Link to SAP Press

All you want to know about SAP NetWeaver can you read in this book, it is a must for beginners. Learn on 4 detailed Customer examples which technologies can be included in NetWeaver. This book is mostly theoretically, there is no difficult program code included. If you want to program stuff for SAP NetWeaver, first read this book to understand what NetWeaver can do.

Developer’s Guide to SAP NetWeaver Portal Applications

Link to SAP Press

Developing Components for SAP NetWeaver Portal is not an easy task. If you want to know how to do this, i recommend this book. For a quick-start head to chapter 10, there are some good examples with many screenshots and good instructions. You learn to work with the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio, create Components and deploy them to the SAP NetWeaver Portal.

To be continued…

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  1. SAP Tutorial sagt:

    Pretty good post. I just came across your site and wanted to say that I’ve really enjoyed reading your posts. In any case I’ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again soon!


  2. Govind sagt:


    I am looking for material on integrating GIS software used for mapping utilities – cables, pipes, ducts etc – with the asset management tools of SAP. I am a beginner in SAP and like to know what i should learn to achieve this. If u can point me towards tutorials, demos etc. i would be happy. In short i want to know what i need to learn in SAP to achieve this integration.

  3. fixed asset software…

    When I finished to read Useful books for learning SAP NetWeaver | Another Random …, It made me got some idea for my blog about fixed asset software….