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About the Oracle Testing ID

 
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In a previous thread Last certification issued by Sun,...., I asked about the process to register for Java certification for those people who last took certification from Sun. I was told that I need to create a new Oracle Testing ID at the Pearson VUE web site. From this FAQ, it seems that the Prometric ID is the Oracle Testing ID. Is this true? Previously the Prometric web site was https://www.2test.com, but this web site is no longer around. I went to the current Prometric web site, and it looks like the e-mail ID that I used to login at the old web site is no longer valid.

So for someone like me who has Sun certifications but have never taken any Oracle ceritifcation, should I just go ahead and create the Oracle Testing ID? I don't really have to care about the Prometric ID (if it exists), right?

 
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