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Hi,

I am planning to start my certification path in Oracle. I checked out Oracle website for certification and found the first basic exam as Exam #1Z0-07: Introduction to Oracle9i: SQL.

can some one guide me is this the starting certification that oracle offers for OCP developers? and can some one guide me any study materials for this,

Thanks,
-Visu
 
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If you are going to take OCA 9i DBA, yes, you can start with 1z0-007. You can use ILT materials provided by Oracle University, or use the Sybex book
OCA/OCP: Introduction to Oracle9i� SQL Study Guide. In order to get OCA 9i DBA, you have to complete 1z0-031 Fundamental I as well. You can use the book OCA/OCP: Oracle9i� DBA Fundamentals I Study Guide.

However, if you are going to take OCA 10g DBA, you only have to take 1 exam: 1z0-042 Oracle 10g Administration I. You can use ITL materials, or the Sybex book OCA: Oracle 10g Administration I Study Guide (1Z0-042).

Good luck.

Nick
 
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Thanks Nick for your guidance.
 
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