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SAP developement, why java,not .NET

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Hi Experts,

I have 2 years experience in C# developement and currently working in an MNC in singapore. I have had some offer from some consultants for a junior ABAP technical consulant.. if i transition my carer into ABAP then all my effort i put in in c# for last 2 years will be waste and i heard, nowdays we can even write java code in SAP IDE and i am very curious why SAP do not have any plans to let the .NET developers to connquer the SAP technical developent.

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.NET is being integrated with SAP at the frontend level, with windows integration especially. There is also a dot net connector for SAP to connect external .NET applications with SAP. However the reason Java ( J2EE ) is being used is because most SAP systems are not running on Windows servers, the J2EE architecture exists on virtually all platforms.

Almost every SAP instalation of any size is running on some flavour of UNIX.
Do not think that java is replacing ABAP either, they both have particular roles to play in the landscape and architecture.
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