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SCEA II assignment solution jar file name in US

 
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Hello everyone,
The assignment that I have got from ceritification database has a mention that the assignment solution's jar file name should be SCEA-AAAAAAAAA.jar, where as the 'AAAAAAAAA' stand for SSN in US and the id number outside US. However, we never give our SSN earlier anywhere. If we suddenly use our SSN now, how will sun identify the correct candidate to the SSN? Should we use SSN within US or can we use the same registration number? Please clarify.
 
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I had the same question earlier and was waiting for somebody reply to your post. I am thinking of submitting the assignment with the SSN (according to SUN's requirements). Not sure whether that's right but we have to go with the instructions I guess.
 
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I am doing my part 2.
The instruction says "Outside the U.S., your i.d. might be 9 digits, or it might be 2 characters followed by 7 digits, e.g. sp1234567"
This matches the Candidate ID. I think we can use our candidate id.

But if any SCEA can confirm that.
 
G Sri
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Yes, agree about submission outside the USA. However, we are not clear about submission within the US.
 
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Well, the easy answer would be for someone to contact Prometric and ask them. My gut instinct is that it's probably safe to use your candidate number as well in the US, but don't quote me on that without asking them first.
 
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I confirmed this with Sun - use your Candidate ID to name your JAR.
 
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Yes, use your prometric id.
 
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Thank you for your response. I have confirmed this with the prometric center too. We have to use our candidate ID provided by prometric center.
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