SAP Trainings: Due to the temporary closure of training centers (current status here), all planned classroom training courses in the affected countries have been converted to our virtual learning method SAP Live Class until further notice - thus the original offer is still fully available in these countries.
SAP Global Certification: We can now confirm that you can take you exams again starting Monday, March 30. New event bookings are possible again as well for slots beyond April, 15th. If your subscription is due to running out in March, April and May and you were affected by the outage and its consequences, expect to see a communication sent to you soon. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Blocked ports are usually the result of being on a public or shared network. Port 1935 is a necessary port that is used for the transfer of video sharing over your network connection. If you are connecting through a work or school network this may be blocked by your network administrator. If you are connecting through a home network it may be blocked by a fire wall or anti-virus software. You may add an exception for port 1935 in your firewall or you may enable it for the duration of your exam.
If you are taking the exam at your place of business and your local IT will not enable port 1935 we suggest taking the exam at a different venue. Again we strongly recommend you complete the System Test in the Certification Hub at least 24 hours in advance of your first exam to ensure there are no issues.
I am an existing user with a sap.com profile and SAP Learning Hub booking. I am receiving a validation error after clicking 'Access SAP Learning Hub and other Education Subscriptions' from the SAP Training Shop. How do I fix this error?
I am an existing user with an S-user profile and SAP Learning Hub booking. I am receiving a validation error after clicking 'Access SAP Learning Hub and other Education Subscriptions' from the SAP Training Shop. How do I fix this error?