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Author's profile photo Nilutpal Sharmah

SCN ——— ‘Oasis for the desert people ‘ !!

Hello SAP Pros…..

Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to record my hearty thanks to SAP Community Network (SCN) for the perfect pro-active support and guidance it has extended to all of us in SAP arena.

I also extend my thanks to all of SCN mates & core SAP hunks for their enormous cooperation in this blog for sorting out all kinds of issues and to run all projects smoothly. Though I am not that much experienced in SAP , but  the day I have started my career in SAP, the only one platform which is enabling me to proceed further in learning without getting demotivated is only SCN and SCN 🙂 .

Based on my personal bench-marking progression, I can proudly say that the transparency maintained by SAP through SCN is more contended to get the overall clearance of any issue than other technologies / platforms. The most amazing thing about SCN is that any interested end user can get required knowledge/context from this same platform without running around for different websites.

I must have to say that mystery of my enthusiasm to learn SAP is nothing but the culture followed by SCN gurus / masters  who are addicted to sort out any issue or to provide solution as if they are also in the same project and as a team work they must have to execute it error-free. This is what called team spirit which drags me also to find the pin point of any issue ………… A great round applause to all SCNians !!

Based on all of these circumstances the header of this blog knocked my mind to express my thoughts on SCN and I am trying to direct the same. In actual it’s not possible to cover all the aspects of SCN in writing ,which are favorably keep on helping all SAPians 🙁 at any point of time.  

To conclude, let me once again reiterate that without you all I  could never have the courage to dream and the passion to make it happen.

So thank you all…..


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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      you're welcome Nilutpal ... we will continue to help u till our last breath !! 😀

      Author's profile photo Maheshchandra VVNS
      Maheshchandra VVNS


      welcome to the SAP Community network.

      Your Blog header is not suitable to all the SAPIANS ..

      SCN is  Holy water for the thirsty people,

      Oasis for the desert people,

      Harvesting for drought people,

      and with new gamification its polo for some people.

      so its not just a drop of water. 😎



      Author's profile photo Nilutpal Sharmah
      Nilutpal Sharmah
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Mahesh,

      Thanks for suggesting more appropriate header for this blog...

      I will surely Update it.



      Author's profile photo Typewriter TW
      Typewriter TW


      It is a good gesture on your part to thank SCN and its members, in this way!

      I too would like to thank SCN and its members (especially SAP SD forum) for their help!

      Not only the active members but also inactive members, as so much of learning happens by searching SCN.

      I would also thank IT Toolbox (especially SAP SD forum) for their help!

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Enjoyed Reading your Blog.

      I would just like to Thank everyone in the SCN Community for making this place such a great place to be!

      Best Regards,

      Naresh K.

      Author's profile photo Nilutpal Sharmah
      Nilutpal Sharmah
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks for your nice complement !!

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Nilutpal,

      I liked this sentence very much "

      SCN --------- 'Oasis for the desert people ' !!"

      Yes. You are correct

      Any issue, Any time, Any Situation SCN play a vital part in our Job and Career Growth!


      Hari Suseelan

      Author's profile photo Jitendra Kansal
      Jitendra Kansal

      Nilutpal Sharmah

      first of all blog title is attractive..

      Fantastic stuff ...

      thanks for sharing your journey. 🙂