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user11257064 wrote:I predict the problem will be solved by a bug fix.
Someone have any prediction about how this problem will be solved?
I only know about it from what people post here.
I know a proportion of people in the world are affected, I know some (including me) are not. What percentage of people are affected I do not know. I suspect those that are affected are affect because they are in:
- Different Countries/Regions
- Have recently taken an exam
- Are using particular browsers ( I have accessed from Firefox 20; ie 10.x and now chrome with no issues, while someone with Firefox 21 has had an issue, so I dont think that is an issue. I took my last exam in January).
I know Oracle are aware of a problem and the seriousness of it to people and are striving to produce (and test) a fix. They will need to be sure they know the extent of the problem. If database content/procedures or a feed from Pearson VUE was affected then they will need to do more fix testing than if upper tiers are affected. As some people are apparently affected, and some not, they probably wouldn't want to rush a fix that made bad situations worse.
If people posting to the forum were to give pertinent information without disclosing significant personal information that would have been useful: e.g.:
- Browser used?
- First exam? (yes/no)
- Last time certview successfully accessed.
- Date and code of last exam
( In retrospect I should have asked for it at the weekend. One learns. However Oracle will probably be well on top of the problem diagnosis by now).
Some people have been worried Oracle have lost their exam passes/certifications. This wont have happened. ( The risk of Oracle losing this information is less than that of being killed in a commercial plane crash in europe in the last week; and if Oracle did lose one or two results (and Pearson VUE will have them too) they'd probably sort you a free retake if necessary).