Roger25 wrote:It's dying in the same place as before. The last topic on the page is obviously truncated and has an escaped 'less than' sign: *...execution& lt;*
And again.. some topics are missing from 'Exam topics' page
I cannot see the Data warehouse topics, and now I'm in doubt if that section is still mandatory for the exam or not.
Now waiting for feedback from candidatesFeedback: I would say that this as the hardest Oracle Certification exam that I have ever taken. I'll be writing an article for GoCertify.com reviewing the exam in more detail in a couple of days, but for now, my advice is that you do not skimp on prepping for it. I passed, but I'm used to having a considerably larger difference between my score and the passing score. I'll be updating my study guide with more research on all of the areas that surprised me on the exam. However, even the updated guide won't be a substitute for a lot of preparation using other resources.
is there a full Study Guide for 1Z0-117 (SQL Tuning Expert).Oracle Press is the only publisher that has written any books like you describe for Expert certifications. I wouldn't be surprised if they put one out for the Tuning exam. That said, books like those in the Oracle Press series take much longer to write, and traditional publishing has a significant delay between the completion of the book being written and the time it comes off the presses. I would not expect there to be even the possibility of a guide being available from OPress until late this year
I love your guides, but they are only summary.Thank you. I have considered (and discarded) the idea of writing a soup-to-nuts guide like the Oracle Press series. From my side, there are too many disadvantages and not enough advantages to do so.