SCHEDULE ON REQUEST. Please contact Mr. Samland.
The training starts out with an introduction to the technical basics of xFlow Archive. In particluar, installation and configuration will be discussed. Knowledge gained is checked in practical exercises on the training system and solidified with configuration that participants set up themselves.
This course is directed toward consultants from new partner organizations as well as toward existing partners who require re-certification.
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows systems
Increased technical understanding
A sound understanding of technical and process-oriented aspects of the product xFlow Archive (Windows)
Skills in installing xFlow Archive
Basic skills in configuration
Skills for configuring the SAP interface ArchiveLink
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