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OCA Wall of Fame - write access for everyone

Robert Liguori
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Hi,

I received this e-mail from a test candidate that passed the OCA exam:

"Hello! Thanks for your book! It came just in time I got 91%.
Could you help me to post my score on the javaranch OCA page, i don't have enough privileges"

The candidate is talking about the web page: http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/OcajpWallOfFame

Can you guys please check the page to make sure that everyone has write access to it.

Thanks alot!
Robert


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Ulf Dittmer
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That page has always been editable by everyone; not sure why anyone would think otherwise. One must log in using valid Saloon credentials in order to edit pages, though.


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