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11-301A Part II Beta - testing ID

 
boian vatev
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Hi,

To complete the second part of this exam I need to send an archive with the following format
Your archive
file name MUST BE scea-AAAAAAAAA.jar, where AAAAAAAAA is your testing ID.

Does anyone knows what SUN means by testing ID ?
I have Prometric ID and SUN ID. Which one must I use ?


Thanks in advance
[ December 11, 2007: Message edited by: boian vatev ]
 
Francois-Xavier Douxchamps
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Normally it is the same... In Europe it is two letters followed by seven digits...
 
Narendra Dhande
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Hi,

Use your prometric ID. Following is the reply from prometric to my query

Dear Narendra,
All people with a file in I7 have a Prometric ID and a candidate ID. The candidate ID is generated by I7, and does not affect your Prometric records. Please use your Prometric ID when submitting the assignment.

Regards,

SunBeta@prometric.com
 
ankur rathi
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Originally posted by boian vatev:
Hi,

To complete the second part of this exam I need to send an archive with the following format
Your archive
file name MUST BE scea-AAAAAAAAA.jar, where AAAAAAAAA is your testing ID.

Does anyone knows what SUN means by testing ID ?
I have Prometric ID and SUN ID. Which one must I use ?


Thanks in advance

[ December 11, 2007: Message edited by: boian vatev ]


What is Sun Id???

Use Prometric Testing Id which starts with SR and has 9 characters in it.
 
boian vatev
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Thanks for the reply.

By SUN ID I mean Candidate ID.
When you logs in : www.certmanager.net/sun/
you will be able to see that you have 2 ID's.
PROMETRIC ID : SR...
Candidate ID : SUN....
 
Juan Pablo Crossley
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this is extracted from the pdf (but does not break the agreement because its not a part of the assignation itself).

The name of your submission jar archive file MUST be derived from your i.d. (note that in the United States, your i.d. is your 9-digit social security number, e.g. 555443333. Outside the U.S., your i.d. might be 9 digits, or it might be 2 characters followed by 7 digits, e.g. sp1234567)


So? your i.d. is your social security number (if you're in US), but in the mail they just say zip it and send it, so I think is not a very strong name at this moment, just don't forget to put in your mail the Name, Last Name, Prometric Id, etc.
[ December 11, 2007: Message edited by: Juan Pablo Crossley ]
 
Theodore Casser
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Originally posted by Juan Pablo Crossley:

So? your i.d. is your social security number (if you're in US), but in the mail they just say zip it and send it, so I think is not a very strong name at this moment, just don't forget to put in your mail the Name, Last Name, Prometric Id, etc.


Which is not true in the US anymore - Prometric issued new testing ID numbers (SR followed by 7 digits) to those who had their social security numbers as their ID. Better to log into Prometric's systems and look it up.
 
Dawid Augustynowicz
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After login to this page: www.certmanager.net/sun/ I found my PROMETRIC ID (this number required inside of mail) as some srAAAAAAA (where A are digits). Zipped file should contain something called testing i.d. I found this item in my profile on this page: http://www.prometric.com/Sun/default.htm. It is the same as PROMETRIC ID: srAAAAAAA.
 
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