Ashik When you get your certificate from sun you'll also get a contract you have to sign and mail back to them. After they ge that back they'll email you the url for the logo and stuff. I got my cert and stuff about 10 days after the test. Then they said it'd be about 2 weeks after you mail back the contract before you'll get the url for it. I was actually looking forward to using it but theya re fairly strcit about when and how you can use the logo so it may be as usefull to me as I thought. But hey, I'll find somewhere to put it.
------------------ Dave Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform
Joined: Jan 15, 2001
I GOT REPLY FROM SUN ABOUT MY LOGO INQUIRY. AM REPRODUCING IT FOR ANY ONE INTERESTED. If you are able to access the logo site but having trouble with the download, I have provided the following information: The file that you download from the web site is an EPS file and can be saved in various different formats. The Adobe Illustrator was used to create the original image but designed to be used in different formats and created as a generic image file. These files are readable by programs such as Photoshop and Illustrator (you can also insert the images into Microsoft Word documents etc.), and printable by any PostScript-capable printer. If your printer prints "code," it's not capable of or not properly set up to print PostScript. If you still have difficulties with the download, try the TIF file provided on the site. placing the logo in a Word document. Windows assumes you want to save it as a postscript file (.ps), and won't save it as an .eps file. Word doesn't see the .ps files. Save it with an .eps extension to the file. You don't get a preview, but you do get a bounding box that you can place or resize.
The other choice is for you to use the low resolution tiff file or download to a system that contains the illustrator program.