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FBN project - please help

 
Shane McEneaney
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I have finally got around to completing my Fly By Night SCJD project. It must be six years since I got the project

It's 75% finished. I have just realised that I lost the original email that I received giving instructions on how to submit.

I don't have an email address our ID number. I have the instructions for the project but it doesn't tell me what I should do.

HELP PLEASE!
 
Roberto Perillo
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Howdy, Shane!

The http://certmanager.net/sun_assignment is where you upload your project. It is also possible to create a new user (if you still haven't one), but it requires your Prometric ID. Try sending an email to who2contact@sun.com, explaining your situation and asking for your Prometric ID so you can create your user. Maybe they can even create a user for you, but I don't know if they would do that. But the first thing to do is send an email to the email address provided above so you can proceed correctly.
 
Andrew Monkhouse
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I don't really recall - it is too long ago - but I have a vague recollection of my prometric number being on either my SCJP certificate, or my SCJP results paper. Do you still have either of those?

Regards, Andrew
 
Shane McEneaney
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Roberto, Andrew,

Thanks for taking the time to respond. I requested my sun ID from http://certmanager.net/sun_assignment and it was sent to my old email address.

I can still upload my project. They are going to laugh when they receive a Fly By Night. Better late than never.

Regards,

Shane
 
Anne Crace
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WOW! I thought I had mine out for a long time! It's been a little over 3 years for me. I think you may have tied or beat the record. I heard somebody else took 6 years to finish it. Good luck!
 
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