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which exam to appear at??

 
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i want to do oracle certification..oca , i am always confused about which version to take?? 9i or 10g or 11g?? if 11g is the latest, then why 9i is still available as certification exam?? please kindly share your information about this
 
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Abhiskeh,

I think this question will be better suited for the dedicated Oracle forum, where all the Oracle experts will be able to offer you better and practical suggestions.
Moving.
 
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ya right, even i felt so, as i was learning in conjunction with java...in context with jdbc,so it appeared relevant to me to ask here... ..anyways thanks...i am giving it try on oracle forums...
 
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abhishek kunal wrote:...i am giving it try on oracle forums...



Please do not open a new thread for the same question. I have already moved this thread to the Oracle forum.
 
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abhishek kunal wrote:i want to do oracle certification..oca , i am always confused about which version to take?? 9i or 10g or 11g?? if 11g is the latest, then why 9i is still available as certification exam?? please kindly share your information about this


Unless you have a reason not to, the latest is generally the best. It makes sense to keep older versions arond for people who use that version of the tool. If you use 10g every day, you'd prefer a 10g exam. 9i seems a bit old - they should retire it already.
 
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Hi, abhishek kunal.
Oracle certifications are tangible, industry-recognized credentials that can help you succeed in your IT career and provide measurable benefits to your employer.
Oracle certifications are a reliable validation of training and experience that can accelerate your professional development, improve your productivity, and enhance your credibility.
For IT professionals and managers, each Oracle certification level signifies a benchmark of experience and expertise recognized for its value and relevance in the IT industry. Today there are over 440,000 Oracle Certified Professionals worldwide.
 
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Samuel, next time, please link to the page that you copy/pasted your text from. (for example, here).
 
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