Use your prometric ID. Following is the reply from prometric to my query
Dear Narendra, All people with a file in I7 have a Prometric ID and a candidate ID. The candidate ID is generated by I7, and does not affect your Prometric records. Please use your Prometric ID when submitting the assignment.
this is extracted from the pdf (but does not break the agreement because its not a part of the assignation itself).
The name of your submission jar archive file MUST be derived from your i.d. (note that in the United States, your i.d. is your 9-digit social security number, e.g. 555443333. Outside the U.S., your i.d. might be 9 digits, or it might be 2 characters followed by 7 digits, e.g. sp1234567)
So? your i.d. is your social security number (if you're in US), but in the mail they just say zip it and send it, so I think is not a very strong name at this moment, just don't forget to put in your mail the Name, Last Name, Prometric Id, etc. [ December 11, 2007: Message edited by: Juan Pablo Crossley ]
So? your i.d. is your social security number (if you're in US), but in the mail they just say zip it and send it, so I think is not a very strong name at this moment, just don't forget to put in your mail the Name, Last Name, Prometric Id, etc.
Which is not true in the US anymore - Prometric issued new testing ID numbers (SR followed by 7 digits) to those who had their social security numbers as their ID. Better to log into Prometric's systems and look it up.
Theodore Jonathan Casser
SCJP/SCSNI/SCBCD/SCWCD/SCDJWS/SCMAD/SCEA/MCTS/MCPD... and so many more letters than you can shake a stick at!
After login to this page: www.certmanager.net/sun/ I found my PROMETRIC ID (this number required inside of mail) as some srAAAAAAA (where A are digits). Zipped file should contain something called testing i.d. I found this item in my profile on this page: http://www.prometric.com/Sun/default.htm. It is the same as PROMETRIC ID: srAAAAAAA.