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Get Certified: C_CPI_13

SAP Certified Application Associate – SAP Cloud Platform Integration

In this blog, you will find some personal suggestions about how to get certified as SAP Certified Application Associate – SAP Cloud Platform Integration.

This exam is available as of June 2020.

For the blog posts about the SAP Cloud Platform exams, see

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About the Exam 

Associate Level

Information about the exam is published on the SAP Training website. This is also where you can book the exam (or get a certification hub subscription)

The C_ stands for associate level type exam.

Other flavours are P_ for professional and E_ for expert (associate add-on) but these are not available for SAP Cloud Platform.

Earlier editions of this exam

Validity

You can check the validity of the certifications at training.sap.com/certification/validity.

For the certification FAQs, see

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Topic Areas

Information about the topic areas covered is also listed on the exam information page.

Note the small print: SAP reserves the right to update the exam content (topics, items, weighting) at any time. So make sure to check the page before applying.

Major Topics > 12%

  • Cloud Native Application Development
  • Intelligent Enterprise
  • Security
  • iFlow Objects

Topics 8% – 12%

  • Operations and Monitoring

Minor Topics < 8%

  • Introduction to SAP Cloud Platform Integration
  • Product Overview
  • Basic Building Blocks

All topic areas map to the CLD900 training, the first three topic also reference CP100 (see below).

There is some overlap between the topic areas of the C_CPE_12 exam.

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How to Prepare

SAP Training

When you have the time and budget, take the SAP Training courses. Nothing beats a 3+3 day focus with hands-on exercises and training environment.

SAP Learning Hub

Alternatively, consider a subscription for the SAP Learning Hub and/or Certification Hub. There is a trial edition available for you to try it out.

Learning Journey

The learning journey shows a visualisation of the courses to take combining free openSAP courses with the official training curriculum. You can logon and mark your progress.

The tiles for each of the courses show the available formats: classroom and e-books.

SAP Help Portal (Free)

The training courses are based on the documentation.

SAP Discovery Center (Free)

For additional information see the resources and tutorials and learning sections for this service on the SAP Discovery Center.

openSAP (Free)

To get started or refresh your knowledge, enrol for openSAP course(s) on the topic.

For upcoming, running, and past courses about the SAP Cloud Platform see the openSAP course catalog

SAP Community (Free)

Bookmark and visit the SAP Community topic area for the latest blogs, participate in the Q&A, and get a comprehensive overview of the latest and most relevant resources

SAP Development Center (Free)

Of course, the tutorials from the SAP Development Center also provide a great learning opportunity. The tutorials are for free and typically target the SAP Cloud Platform trial environment.

SAP PRESS

Not the SAP PRESS Certification Success Guide on the topic, but still an excellent book to prepare for the exam.

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Sample Questions

On the exam page, there is a link to a sample exam similar to the real one from

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