I think you'd have a better chance breaking into SAP functional consulting than technical. If you have a passion for Basis, then you need to do some more homework before you proceed in that area. Remember that Basis is really transitioning into NetWeaver. If you really want to become an SAP system admin, start by looking into the latest technology, which means putting Basis talk behind you and getting into the NetWeaver terminology.
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