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Course Fee Payment method for attending Mandatory training

 
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Hi All,
I am planning to attend the Oracle mandatory training next week. I have decided to attend the LVC training for 'Java EE 7 New Features'.
I am not clear on the method of course fee payment to Oracle. I live in India. After adding the course to the cart, the payment options as shown on Oracle site include - check, internet transfer from bank account and wire transfer. For the internet transfer method, the website provides the bank account details to which I need to transfer the money. This is a separate activity, not directly linked to Oracle cart checkout process.
But, while doing that money transfer, how to provide details about the candidate and the specific course? And how to link that money transfer to the cart checkout?
Can anyone who paid for Oracle training in India share details in this regard?
 
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Caution 'Java EE 7 New Features' have required prerequisites ('Java SE 7 Programming').

My course I paid in Brazil, I transfer to oracle's account.
 
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