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Oracle Sql certification

 
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Dear All,

I am looking forward for Oracle 9i SQL certification.
Is there any book like "Kathy Sierra SCJP for java " for oracle.

If so, then please let me know.
Thanks in advance
 
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I have a book for the current 1Z0-047. I don't know if they still have the 9i exam.

The book is: OCA Oracle Database SQL Certified Expert Exam Guide. By O'Hearn. You can purchase on amazon.

I sat for the exam once and failed. It was the most difficult certification exam I have ever taken. There are a majority of questions that the multiple choice answers are exactly the same except for placement of parenthesis or the use of aliases or table names. I am scheduled to retake next month.

I have found the test exam sold with the book and the test exam sold by selftestsoftware.com are pretty similar in style to the questions on the real exam.
 
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