Originally posted by julian
I really don't know people who administer both SAP and Oracle. Perhaps in some very small companies. But I can imagine how they adiminister them :-)
There are lots who does that in Spain. In fact companies expect an Oracle DBA able to administaer SAP with SAP tools like SAPDBA

SAP is a very closed system, it may be bad focusing yourself with it. But working with ERP you probably learn how a company works. But then you have not said what are you gonna do with SAP. Are you going to be functional consultant or technical? If it's gonna be functional then you can start forget everything about Oracle, there are lots of SAP functional consultants in my company and many cant even write simple SQL statements because there is no need for them to do that