Hi everyone!

I’m very proud to announce that as of November 1st, 2015 the new SCN Wiki SAP on SQL Server is available for community access in the following address:

http://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/SAPSQL/SAP+on+SQL+Server

Make sure to bookmark this in your favorite web browser!

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What is SAP on SQL Server SCN Wiki?

SAP on SQL Server is a SCN Wiki space dedicated to provide SAP NetWeaver and MS SQL Server related content for the SAP community.

There is a lot of content about SQL Server around in MSDN blog SAP on Microsoft Platform and Books Online, so in the Wiki you’ll find content that is really relevant and required for SAP NetWeaver.

Who maintains SAP on SQL Server SCN Wiki?

Currently, this SCN Wiki is maintained by the SAP support employees. Working closely with SAP Customers, they’re able to get involved with many scenarios, questions and issues and then transform them into new content for the wiki.


What changes in the existing SCN space SAP on SQL Server?

Nothing is changed. The existing SCN space will continue existing, and the SCN discussion for SAP on SQL Server will still be used for questions, discussions, blog posts etc. The purpose of having a SCN Wiki for SAP on SQL Server is the ability to organize content under topics and create wiki documents to help SAP community, customers and partners to understand SAP NetWeaver and SQL Server (in addition to the existing content) and troubleshoot problems that affect their systems.


Where should I post my feedback for the existing wiki pages or content?

In each wiki page there is a place to write comments. We expect feedback and questions related to the wiki content there:

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If I have an issue or am looking for help, where should I post?

Nothing changes, you should still use the SCN Discussion SAP on SQL Server for this:

SAP on SQL Server

Kind Regards,

Luis Darui

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