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Download Logo: SCJP (question)

 
Tareq Ateik
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hi people,
i passed the OCJP exam in 8th sep, and i got an email about that, and logged in successfully to the certmanager site

does anybody know how to download the logo of the OCJP (SCJP)?

when i log in the CertManager site, and click on the Download Logos, it says : There were no records found.
and i get the same message when i click on the "Complete a Form".

does it mean theres no logo for OCJP yet? or am i missing something?
 
Mehdi Ben Larbi
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Same question for me,did you manage to make it work ?
 
Mike Peters
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As I remember correctly you first have to verify your personal information. From the oracle site:

1. Log into certmanager.net/sun
If it is your first time logging into the database, you may need the information on your test score report

2. Verify your demographic information

3. Before you can download a logo, you must complete the logo agreement form. Choose Complete a Form. All certifications that you have will have a corresponding logo agreement form. If there is no form listed for your certification, it means that certification does not have a corresponding logo. This is true for some partner certifications, and employee certifications.

4. Once you have completed the logo agreement form, choose Download Logos. Your logo will be listed as a downloadable zip file.

5. If you ever need to download the logo again, it is available in the Download Logos area

I hope this helps.
 
Tareq Ateik
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Mike Peters wrote:As I remember correctly you first have to verify your personal information. From the oracle site:

1. Log into certmanager.net/sun
If it is your first time logging into the database, you may need the information on your test score report

2. Verify your demographic information

3. Before you can download a logo, you must complete the logo agreement form. Choose Complete a Form. All certifications that you have will have a corresponding logo agreement form. If there is no form listed for your certification, it means that certification does not have a corresponding logo. This is true for some partner certifications, and employee certifications.

4. Once you have completed the logo agreement form, choose Download Logos. Your logo will be listed as a downloadable zip file.

5. If you ever need to download the logo again, it is available in the Download Logos area

I hope this helps.


yea, i read these steps in an old topic, but it didnt work for me.

well, i think Oracle changed something ...
 
Mark Kramer
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Same here. No logos available to download and no forms. I did the verification. Maybe the Oracle version of the logo isn't ready.
 
Tareq Ateik
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i just recived this email from Oracle

Hi Tariq,

Thanks for mailing the details. Our records indicate that you have earned the following credentials:

Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 6 Programmer
Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 5/SE 6

Currently you will not be able to download the logos from Certmanager. Please note that you will not be able to view the SUN exams through Certview. The SUN exams will be merged to Oracle Database only by mid 2011. You have to view the SUN exam details through Certmanager as before.

We are working on the Oracle logos and you will be able to download the same in few weeks.

Regards,
OCP Team


but the funny thing, that i recived the logo for the Associte certificate in my certmanager, i dunno whats wrong
 
Daddaoua marouan
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can you explain to me please this idea of the LOGO ! ??
is it a JAVA LOGO WITH YOUR NAMES ON IT or what ??!!! and where you use it ??
 
Tareq Ateik
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Daddaoua marouan wrote:can you explain to me please this idea of the LOGO ! ??
is it a JAVA LOGO WITH YOUR NAMES ON IT or what ??!!! and where you use it ??


no, its NOT with your name, its just a logo for the certificate itself.

and you can use it in the CV (Resume) , or if you want to design your own contact card.
 
Devaka Cooray
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Daddaoua, Please KeepItDown
 
Daddaoua marouan
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Thank you Tareq Ateik , Devaka Cooray i get it thank you
 
Jeffrey Jedele
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Hey,
I got a similar problem:

I cant create a new account for www.certmanager.net/sun...

When I enter my details, it says no record with this information can be found. I passed the exam at 12oct2010 and it is listed as passed on the prometric website?

Did Oracle shut down the thing as a whole or is there an other problem?
 
Mohamed El-Feky
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@Jeffrey Jedele
Same problem here ...i can't even register ..i tried many time
but nothing
then i sent an e-mail to suncert_ww@oracle.com and they said to reply in 5 working days
 
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