Neither pearsonvue nor Oracle has this on record.I'm guessing (because your thread doesn't contain the information) that you mean the record does not appear in Certview. This probably means you took it under a different testing ID than Certview is registered to. There are several threads that talk about merging testing IDs.
I am now studying for Web Component Developer exam because I have SJCP certification documentation.If you have the documentation, have you opened an SR about the missing record and offered to submit it to Oracle?
So, will Oracle eventually find my SJCP record...Are you working with them to locate it or ar you hoping that they will spontaneously trip across it? It's not clear what you have done to this point to resolve this.
or will they take my $340 for Web Developer exam and say I can't take it because they don't have my SJCP on record???Generally you can take any test that you pay for. You will not receive a certification until Oracle has records of you having passed all of the required exams.
Yes, I did submit SR before posting here.OK. When did you submit it? Have you gotten a response? If you have not gotten a response and think it has been too long, you can post the SR# here and Brandye can check on the status as I indicated in the previous post. If it has been less than 2-3 business days since you submitted the SR, they are probably still working on it.
I don't think it's expecting too much since it's a matter of retaining previous Sun certification records.Don't suppose you've ever been in the position of performing an ETL from one company's database to another... ETLs are seldom simple. With certification records, Oracle must be positive that they are linking your exam records to you. Not linking your records to you is a less serious problem than linking your records to someone else. Being conservative makes sense in this case.
I am also an SFU computing science student and have another degree from UBC so it's a bit of a different experience with Oracle.Not really sure how the TLAs are relevant to the thread, but good on ya.
matthew_morris wrote:I have been implementing database synchronizations and wrote a synchronization app for my company that takes records from MySQL-powered website site and inserts/modifies them in PostgreSQL one (and vice versa). I agree that it can be a painstaking process with data type issues and so on, but I thought that it was due to my lack of understanding that it seems so difficult. Thank you for affirming my intuition that it's a process that experts find uneasy also, and sometimes avoid altogether to avoid data corruption :)
Don't suppose you've ever been in the position of performing an ETL from one company's database to another...
Great news! I was able to access my certification history using my Candidate ID from Sun's Score Report document.Congratulations. I was confident that Oracle had not 'lost' the information. Oracle has a pretty good track record for not losing data, after all. The problem would have been connecting that particular record with you.