Campbell Ritchie wrote:I couildn&aos;t find such an erratum here; please check; it may be a “new” error, but I don't have the book so I can't verify that.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:With a subtle change to line 2, that should now print true.
Skumar Patel wrote:
I was in same situation like you and below discussion might help you
Here is the steps suggested by Anthony Tsang
1. Login Oracle CertView. Create an Oracle account if you don't have one.
2. You will be asked to provide an Oracle Testing ID in PearsonVUE. If you don't have one, follow the guide to create one in PearsonVUE. It takes a few days for PearsonVUE to generate an Oracle testing ID for your account.
3. Login Oracle CertView and enter your Oracle Testing ID. Your Oracle account is now linked to your PearsonVUE account.
4. Probably you can't find your SCJP in your certification history. Now, open the Support page and you will be redirected to a list of FAQ.
5. Expand any of them, and click "Log Ticket" button.
6. Fill in the support form to ask for displaying your SCJP in the certification history. Provide as much information of your SCJP as possible. (I even scanned my hardcopy SCJP certificate and upload with the support form)
7. A support log is now created. You will receive email notification upon any reply from the Oracle support team. They will guide you for the ongoing steps.
It took me about 1 week to have my SCJP displayed in CertView. During the process you will be contacting Oracle support team and PearsonVUE back and forth. Oracle support team is helpful and efficient, so don't worry.
Paul Anilprem wrote:
Yes, it is through Oracle testing id. Oracle has all the details about your previous test history (including the ones you took when Java was with Sun). In fact, if you try to register a new account (with same name and other details), Oracle tries to merge the new account with the old one automatically (but don't rely on that). It is better to contact Oracle support directly and ask for your Oracle testing id. They will provide you the id using your details. They may also ask you to create a new ID and then attach your old Sun test history with that new ID. You can use that ID to schedule the exam with Pearson vue.