I've called to my local Sun office. (Russia, office in Moscow) I've asked about procedure of getting assignment for SCJD. I just cannot get will they confirm my payment or should I do it by myself. Most interesting part: staff cannot help me because there is only one manager who knows how it should be and she is in the business trip. And nobody have no idea what am I talking about.
Duh... It seems I have to wait until she return (a week? maybe two??).
Go to the Sun Assignment Watcher web site (URL in the JavaRanch SCJD FAQ) and try to download your assignment.
You will probably fail, however the important bit is that when you fail, you will get a useful error message telling you the next steps so that you can proceed (as in, you will be told who to contact, and what details to provide them).
If you have already puchased the exam, please send payment confirmation you recieved to us at by using the comment box at the bottom of this screen so that we can give you permission to download your assignment.
Payment confirmation should have been emailed to you by the Sun Representative that you purchased the exam from. If you have not recieved this, please email us your full name, student ID number and exam version you purchased and we will request payment confirmation for you.
I have doubts about "Payment confirmation should have been emailed to you by the Sun Representative that you purchased the exam from." Does it mean that Sun Representative should email to me a number of voucher as payment confirmation?
author and jackaroo
There is no voucher for the assignment (although there is a voucher for the exam). So the email you should get (from memory) is only one stating that you have paid and that you will get details of how to download shortly.
Regardless, just send a comment via the comment box provided, giving them as many details as you can, and they should hopefully be able to sort it out from their end.
Joined: Feb 18, 2005
Thanks for your answers, Andrew.
I've decided to wait until monday when the magager will return from her trip.