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openSAP course “Building Apps with RAP” now available in self-paced mode!

The live course period of the openSAP course Building Apps with the ABAP RESTful Programming Model (RAP) successfully ended on December 1, 2020 – and the course is now available in self-paced mode.

You can still enroll to the course on the openSAP platform and go through the learning materials at your own speed. You will be able to use the self-tests to check your knowledge after each unit and also carry out the various hands-on exercises on the free SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment trial.

What has changed with the self-paced mode?

The graded assignments – i.e. the five weekly assignments and the final exam – are no longer available by default.

The discussion forum – which contains many answered questions about the topics and examples covered in the course and beyond – is now in read-only mode. This means that the discussion posts created by the participants during the live period are still available for reading, but new ones can no longer be created.

In case you have any questions related to the course, please search the forum first as you will most likely find suitable answers from the RAP team or other course participants to many, if not all, of them there.

How can I get a Record of Achievement now?

For those who are interested in earning a Record of Achievement for this course, they can access all graded assignments with the openSAP, course reactivation option.

The actual course reactivation takes place via the reactivate now! button on the course page.

Where can I find useful reading materials for this course?

Further information, FAQs and hands-on exercises on the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model (RAP) and related topics can be found on the dedicated page rap-opensap in the SAP Community.

Enjoy the course!

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  • Thank you for the amazing work you put into this. I enjoyed the course and will still redo it in self-paced mode. It is undoubtedly a perfect source of reference for ABAPRestful programming.