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How to migrate SCEA to OCMJEA

Pham Huy Anh
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Joined: Aug 23, 2006
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Hi folks,

I almost forgot that I got SCEA in 2007, many thanks to our great forum!!!
I put it in my CV. No employer asked me to show it, that s why I forgot it... Now, I may have to move to another company. THen I realized that Sun was bought by Oracle...
My questions are:
1) is my SCEA, along with SCJP, SCWCD is automatically migrated ?
2) how can I see my certs online. SOrry, I completly forget about how to login to cert repo website...

Please help me, note: I have googled around but...
Greg Charles
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Hi Anh,

What do you mean by "migrated"? Do you mean, does Oracle have a record of who passed certification exams given by Sun? I think that's probably true. It makes sense they would make that information available online, but in all the certifications I received, I can't remember them ever mentioning such a service. I just list my certifications in my resume and employers seem to take me at my word. Either that or they don't even care at all! I do have all the documentation in a folder though, so I could prove it if I had to. Interestingly, the only employer that ever asked for them was IBM Viet Nam, but the HR director back then was kind of a lunatic.

Greg
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Yes. SCEA is equivalent to OCMJEA. You don't need to do anything.

I think old cert data was moved to pearson vue, but not sure.


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Pham Huy Anh
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Thank you for your quick answer!

Greg Charles wrote:Hi Anh,

What do you mean by "migrated"? Do you mean, does Oracle have a record of who passed certification exams given by Sun? I think that's probably true. It makes sense they would make that information available online, but in all the certifications I received, I can't remember them ever mentioning such a service. I just list my certifications in my resume and employers seem to take me at my word. Either that or they don't even care at all! I do have all the documentation in a folder though, so I could prove it if I had to. Interestingly, the only employer that ever asked for them was IBM Viet Nam, but the HR director back then was kind of a lunatic.

Greg


Greg, you are right. It is like they don't care about the cert. Anyway, I have found my SCEA folder after 1 hour searching my old room... Lost my SCJP and SCWCD though....

Oh, are you still working in IBM Vietnam? I used to have an interview there but didn't join them... Interesting fact!


Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Yes. SCEA is equivalent to OCMJEA. You don't need to do anything.

I think old cert data was moved to pearson vue, but not sure.


If I recall correctly, before Sun doesn't manage our certs, but Promectrics (I ve lost my Promestrics ID though), they keep track of our cert progress.... Do you mean Pearson Vue is now the one which manages the new Oracle cert ? How about the old cert..


Thank you!!
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Pham Huy Anh wrote:If I recall correctly, before Sun doesn't manage our certs, but Promectrics (I ve lost my Promestrics ID though), they keep track of our cert progress.... Do you mean Pearson Vue is now the one which manages the new Oracle cert ? How about the old cert..

Yes. And I found a thread about how to migrate
 
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