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SCJP of SUN or ORACLE :-(

 
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Hi Pals,
I m appearing SCJP next month. When buying voucher, i m in indecission. I can buy fron ORACLE authorized training center with $105 while I have to buy with $150 if i buy from Sun authorized training center.
AS i 'll also appear SCJD next, i wanted to be sure that ORACLE's one is alright.I mailed to sun who2contact@central.sun.com and they answered that they are same under "jcert".
Then should i not save money and appear ORACLE's 1z0-501 instead of SUN's 310-025?
Any opinion is welcome!
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azaman
[This message has been edited by Ashik uzzaman (edited July 26, 2001).]
 
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Since this is not a news item about Java, I am moving it to Certification Study.
 
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Askik,
Donot be concerned about taking the SCJP2 test as a Sun or Oracle Test.Both of them are essentially the same.The difference will only be in the Test Number.
An Oracle Test Number would start from "1Z0".Similarly Sun will have its own Test Number for any of its tests.
I am an Oracle JCert (Enterprise and Solution) Developer.I had taken the SCJP as a Sun Test.When I completed with the Oracle Jcert track (passed another 4 tests for it), I informed Oracle that I had taken the SCJP as a Sun test.The Jcert vendor (Oracle,Sun,IBM,BEA) acknowledges this and mails you the Certificate.
In your case, you may take SCJP as an Oracle Test and then later inform Sun that you have passed this test, before registering for SCJD.
Hope this helps,
Sandeep
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[This message has been edited by Desai Sandeep (edited July 26, 2001).]
 
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How do we know the details about the SCJp from oracle.Pl.forward the Url ,if any.Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Shandeep,
Thnx for the clarifications!
I ahve bought sun's voucher by 12,000 taka means
$150 plus about $50 for other charges.
I m going to appear 20 to 25 th August. Hope for me.

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