Sometimes the best way to move forward in SAP is simply to get involved with a project that is using the latest tools and technologies. Even if most of your role continues to be ABAP, perhaps you would also get exposed to iViews and the Portal Development Kit (PDK), or you might even get involved in some kind of xAPP development. You just never know. I think you are right to be looking to expand your skills beyond basic ABAP, so if you are unable to do that on your current project, you may want to look for an ABAP position that is more dynamic.
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