Do you know if SAP will offer some kind of Java training to enable implementation teams to work with INQMY? Also, will CRM use BSP or JSP in Release 4.0?
At this point, I am unaware of any SAP classes targeted specifically for INQMY. Rather, SAP is currently integrated the Java engine of INQMY with their own Web Application Server (Web AS). Once this integration is complete, developers will be able to develop and deploy Java components within the Web AS in order to communication with SAP. The best training at this point would be working strictly with Enterprise Java and focused on server side technologies such as JSPs and servlets.
SAP CRM contains components that were built in Java, but there seem to be no plans at this point to deploy CRM using Business Server Pages (BSP) or Java Server Pages (JSP).
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