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Former Sun Certification History Now in CertView

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Certification history for Java, Solaris (Cluster),
Oracle Solaris (Cluster), MySQL, NetBeans, and OpenOffice.org
Certifications is now available in CertView,
where you can access your certification history, download logos and
verify your certification(s) to a third party. Begin using CertView in
two easy steps:



  1. Create an Oracle Single Sign-On (SSO) if you do not already have one.
  2. Authorize your CertView account, using the following information from your Pearson VUE profile:
  • Full Name
  • Email Address
  • City
  • Oracle Testing ID

Note
that you have three attempts to authorize your account. After three
unsuccessful attempts, your account will be queued for manual review.
You will receive confirmation from the review team within three business
days. It is thus very important that you enter your information exactly
as it is in your Pearson VUE profile so that you can start using
CertView right away.

If you have not yet created your Pearson VUE web
account, watch this video below on How to Create Your New Pearson VUE Account:

Watch our Oracle Certification CertView "overview" video below as well for step-by-step instructions on authorizing your CertView account:

If you still need further assistance, please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I tried to enter my information three times and now I am locked out of the system. Can you help?
You
have three attempts to enter your information exactly as it is in your
Pearson VUE profile. After the third attempt, the account will be
referred to the Customer Service team for manual processing. You should
receive notification that your account has been authorized within three
business days.

I have gained access to my account, but I don't see any exams that I took at Prometric in my exam history.
Oracle
has only uploaded "certification" history (not exam history) from
CertManager, except in cases where a candidate took a Part I exam at
Prometric and still needs to complete Part II. In those specific cases,
the exam history was uploaded so that the certification rules will be
activated once the remaining exam(s) have been completed. For all other
cases you will only see your certification history in CertView. From
this point on however - any exams that you take with Pearson VUE will
show up in your exam history in CertView.

I authorized my account with information from my Pearson VUE profile, but still cannot see my Sun Certification history.
When
you created your Pearson VUE web account, it's possible that (1) you
may have missed entering your Prometric ID, or (2) Pearson VUE may have
been unable to match your new web account with one of the records that
were migrated from CertManager. In either of those cases, you would have
been issued a new Oracle Testing ID. If you have an Oracle Testing ID
that is different from your Prometric ID, your records are not under the
same profile. You will need to request for Pearson VUE to merge these
two IDs. Go to pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge
and submit the merge request. If you have authorized your CertView
account using your Oracle Testing ID, you should request for this ID to
be the 'Surviving ID.' If you need assistance, please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com.

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Comments ( 99 )
  • Lohengrin Sunday, July 10, 2011

    "We are testing to ensure that all the records are uploaded and that the tool is functioning properly".

    Java Certification Exams and Their Move to Pearson VUE

    Posted by brandye barrington on June 28, 2011 at 08:29 AM PDT

    After four weeks of unacceptable delay my certification history is incomplete. Exams taken with Prometric on May 30th are not even shown!. Which excuse this time?. Congratulations for such a great work Oracle!. Long life to Sun.


  • guest Monday, July 11, 2011

    How Prometric ID merge to Oracle Testing ID?


  • brandye barrington Monday, July 11, 2011

    As stated in the blog post above, exam history was not uploaded to CertView, except in cases where a candidate had completed a Part I exam at Prometric and still needs to complete the Part II exam at Pearson VUE. If you are in this category and your Part I exam does not show up in your CertView exam history, please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com and they will assist you with getting this sorted.

    Regarding IDs: If you created your Pearson VUE web account without entering your Prometric ID, you probably now have 2 IDs. In order to get the two merged, you need to contact Pearson VUE at pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • fc Tuesday, July 12, 2011

    Same as the first comment: I had part 1 in the old cert space, and took part 2 on May 31th at prometric. Both are shown on prometric. I created a pearson with the prometric id (SRxx). Nothing shows up in pearson. Certview auth totally failed (pearson screen data side to side, copy/paste!). I requested a (re-?)merge. I'm totally disappointed.


  • brandye barrington Wednesday, July 13, 2011

    FC,

    Pearson VUE will only show exam history for exams taken at Pearson VUE. CertView will not contain exam history for Sun and Oracle exams taken at Prometric, unless a candidate is only mid-way through a multi-exam path. If you took both of your exams at Prometric, these exams will not show in your CertView history. If your CertView authorization failed, as mentioned in the post above, your account will be queued for manual review and authorization. You should hear from the support team within 5 business days.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Thursday, July 14, 2011

    I pass Solaris 10 part I at Prometric and part II at Pearson VUE (07/02/2011 mm/dd/yyyy), but I don't see my Solaris Success Kit in CertView.

    I contact suncert_ww@oracle.com but no reply.

    Why?


  • tofuninjah Thursday, July 14, 2011

    I'm in the same boat fc. I took first part april, the second may 15th. Both of them at Prometric. Exam I shows up in Certview, but not exam II. I give up.


  • brandye barrington Friday, July 15, 2011

    If you passed Part I at Prometric and Part II at Pearson VUE, and you are not seeing both exams and your certification in your CertView record, one of two things may be the issue.

    1) First, do you have two IDs? If you did not enter your Prometric ID when you created your Pearson VUE web account, you may have been issued a new Oracle Testing ID. Login to your Pearson VUE web account to see what your Oracle Testing ID is. If it does not match your Prometric ID, then you have 2 IDs and you need to submit a request to have them merged at pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge.

    2) If you took both exams under the same ID, you Prometric exam may not have uploaded properly for some reason. Contact suncert_ww@oracle.com and provide as much information as possible: exam, date taken, Prometric ID. It can take up to 3 business days to receive a response.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Monday, July 18, 2011

    I have done my OCA in Feb 2010 and i have not received my success kit yet.

    Please help me on this...

    Regards

    Sripathi


  • chetan bhaurao mahajan Monday, July 18, 2011

    i created accound in pearson with testing id SR 5692278. the oracle university gives me a mail that i created new account but whan fill the form for new account then it gives me a message that the name is already exists. thay ask me a question previously filled form but forget my previous answer. what will ido now sir please replay me.


  • Lohengrin Monday, July 18, 2011

    My certification history is still incomplete. I received an email from OCP Team promising that I would be able to access to the whole history by mid July. I can't see the whole certification history yet.

    "Exams conducted on last week of May 2011 are suffering a slight delay in the transfer process. We expect that all records will be uploaded by mid July 2011. You will be able to view your certification history, download your logos and verify your certification to a 3rd party at that time".

    What does Oracle think "slight" mean?. How long do we have to wait this time?. How long does it takes to migrate a DB?. I offer my services to Oracle if they need help...

    P.D.: In my company someone would had been fired so long ago...


  • brandye barrington Monday, July 18, 2011

    Sripathi,

    You should check your account at certview.oracle.com to ensure that you have completed all the steps to become certified and that your certification shows up in your record. There are suggested steps in CertView to request a reship of your certificate.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • brandye barrington Monday, July 18, 2011

    Chetan,

    What you may need to do is contact Pearson VUE pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact for assistance with this account.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Tuesday, July 19, 2011

    When registering a new user for Oracle cert manager, it shows "Business Phone" and "Company" as required fields. Those should not be required fields.

    What if I am a undergraduate student or MSc student, or I have resigned from my previous job and applying for new jobs after some time. You should have consider those use cases before deciding what are the required fields etc.

    :(


  • Asad Wednesday, July 20, 2011

    Dear,

    I am Oracle 10g OCP and did it from prometric, now I want to write upgrade exam from pearsonvue, what will be the scenario, as I am unable to see the history in pearsonvue.

    How to get the previous certification history in pearsonvue from prometric.

    Regards,

    Asad.


  • Firas Tahir Wednesday, July 20, 2011

    Hi brandye barrington

    I`m also Pursuing Oracle Solaris OCP Certificate , I passed Part I at Prometric and Part II at Pearson VUE , and I did the ID Merge successfully but the Part I Exam is not uploaded to Certview so far and as a result I wasn't recognized as OCP Certified , you may find the suncert_ww@oracle.com response below

    (Please note currently you will not be able to the Part I exam in the exam history tab. Once you pass the Part II exam, your credentials will be updated in Certification Status tab.

    We apologize for the inconvenience caused)

    so is this a professional work , they are asking me to redo an exam that cost me $300 and I passed in it two years ago ,and for the ID Merge process it happened correctly as I had another exam for SUN that was imported to certview successfully but not the solaris part I exam

    please help


  • guest Thursday, July 21, 2011

    Took and passed the Sun Solaris Admin Part 1 from Prometric in 2009, it's not showing on Oracle Certview under Exams. I am taking the part 2 on Pearson Vue tomorrow and I'm scared that it will not merge with the 1st one since it's not on Oracle's Certview.


  • ts Saturday, July 23, 2011

    I'm guest in post #6. This is OCP Team answer (07/18/2011): "Kindly note that your Oracle Certified Professional, Oracle Solaris 10 System Administrator will be processed in the coming weeks. There will be a slight delay in processing the success kits due to the transition."

    But now I still can't see any update in certview yet.

    When will this slight delay finish?


  • guest Monday, July 25, 2011

    Hi there ts,

    I´ve had the same reply since I first checked that my certification history was incomplete in the new Certview app. The last answer that I got from suncert_ww on July 22 "kindly informs me that my certification history will be updated and my success kit processed in 2 weeks".

    It seems that "slight" also means "undefined" ,"no clue", or "whenever" in the Oracle language.

    An unacceptable delay and a complete disaster from Oracle.


  • guest Wednesday, July 27, 2011

    Hello, This is Sudeep Agarwal commenting from India. I have given my SCJP(CX310-065)exam on 31st May 2011 through Prometric and followed every procedure there was to follow and still cannot access my certification history and status. I have already created my Pearson vue account with the same ID as of Prometric and evrything has been done successfully accept that its not showing anything except my Demographic information in my CertView Account. Its been more than 10 days and I need my certificate as soon as possible.. Plzzz Help...!!!


  • guest Wednesday, July 27, 2011

    Sudeep,

    Please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com. They should be able to assist. It seems that there are 2 issues here: 1)your certification is not showing in CertView and 2) you have not received your certificate. The support team will be able to have a look and determine why your certification is not showing in CertView. Regarding your certificate, I believe that there was a delay in shipping certificates during the transition. They should be able to look at your specific account and give you an estimate for when you should receive your certificate.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Wednesday, July 27, 2011

    Samuel,

    Your certification should show up in CertView. If it is not, the support team at suncert_ww@oracle.com can assist. They will also be able to give you an estimate for when you should receive your success kit. Please allow 3 business days for a response.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Lohengrin Wednesday, July 27, 2011

    Brandye, suncert_ww is kindly informing everyone that there is a slight delay in transition process for exams conducted on last week of May 2011. This is all you will get from them, and a couple of months later the issue remains the same.

    Some questions arise...

    Where is Mr. Paul Sorensen (Oracle Certification director)?.

    Doesn't he fancy a nice post with a video to explain this disaster?.

    Do Oracle plan any kind of compensation?.

    I read that the new deadline for Certview exam history update was settled in two weeks from July 22. Any truth in that?.

    Thanks.


  • ts Thursday, July 28, 2011

    Dear all,

    My certificate was finally shown in certview yesterday. I hope everyone is also updated in the shortest time.

    Thanks.


  • brandye barrington Friday, July 29, 2011

    TS,

    Thank you for updating us. I'm glad that this has been sorted for you!

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrgington


  • neelam Monday, August 1, 2011

    I gave exam of scjp and created my account on pearsonview.com but i haven't receieve any email regarding my password.My username is not updated and i haven't seen my certificate till now.....plz give solution as soon as possible...........


  • Lohengrin Monday, August 1, 2011

    Finally updated but... I can't see the success kit status for the last certification and obviously I didn't receive the kit yet. I can't download the logos in other format but eps (using Chrome). Good Lord...


  • guest Monday, August 1, 2011

    i passed 70-680 exam today , after that i created account in Prometric using my sr but i did not find the exam i passed in my history , any one can help


  • brandye barrington Wednesday, August 3, 2011

    Srikrishnan,

    I am unsure of why your account was unable to authorize. If you have 2 IDs, this would be part of the problem. My suggestion is - go ahead and try again to authorize your account. If you have 3 failed attempts, your account will be sent to the support team to be processed manually. They will provide a resolution within 3 business days.

    You should also ensure that you have only one ID. If you have a Prometric ID and an Oracle Testing ID, you should request to have these IDs merged at personvue.com/oracle/idmerge.

    If you need assistance with this process, please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com. Before you contact suncert though, you should go ahead and use all of your attempts to authorize your CertView account so that your account will be referred to them. We apologize for the nature of this process, but once you have made it through this, your account will be easily accessible.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • brandye barrington Wednesday, August 3, 2011

    Neelam,

    Please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com for assistance. They will be able to look at your account and determine what steps need to be taken. Please allow 3 business days for a response.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • brandye barrington Thursday, August 4, 2011

    To all candidates:

    We only received the Sun logos in one format that was usable in CertView. We have uploaded the EPS versions of the logo to CertView for your use. We now have the logos in other formats and we are working with the development team to get these additional formats uploaded to CertView. In the mean time, if you need a logo in a different format, please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com and they will be able to assist.

    If you need status on your kit, or need assistance with items showing up in your CertView profile, please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com. They will be able to assist.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Sudeep Agarwal Sunday, August 7, 2011

    Hello. This is sudeep once again. I just wanted to Thank oracle & Suncert coz I have recieved my certification kit. Although it still is not showing anything about it in Certview but after some verification via mail from Suncert I have got my certificate and I have to say that packaging was pretty awesome. Anyone in any doubt should contact Suncer and they will be able to assist you...

    Thanks


  • Vinit Tuesday, August 9, 2011

    hi Brandye,

    I read the complete blog and your valuable comments. thanks ! Almost all, of my doubts are already cleared after reading this blog.

    But I do have one doubt and I am in need of your urgent help..

    I completed my "Oracle Java Enterprise Edition 5 Web Component Developer Certified Professional" on 28th June, 2011. But so far I didn't receive the certification kit. I need to show the certificate to my manager. But as per Oracle Policy, I will receive the certification kit in 45 days. I agree and no problem with that !

    But, would like to know.. is there any other way, I can see my certificate on-line ( not the score card ) so that, I can show the soft copy to my manager. that would really help me !

    Please help to know the solution.

    I have shown the score card.. but I need Certificate (anything .. if Hard copy is not possible then, soft copy will work )

    thanks in advance !

    Vinit


  • brandye barrington Wednesday, August 17, 2011

    Hi Vinit,

    In your CertView account, you can publish your credential to your manager. Go to the 'Publish Credential to a 3rd Party' tab and select the certification that you want to verify. You will enter the email address of the person(s) who needs verification. Your manager will receive two emails - one with a unique URL and one with a password. He will use these to access the official online verification of your certification.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Tuesday, August 30, 2011

    ALREADY I FINISHED MY INTRODUCTION TO SQL 9i CERTIFICATION EXAM IN R.M.K ENGINEERING COLLEGE AT CHENNAI ON 15.04.2010. NOW I NEED MY SCORE SHEET FOR FUTURE USE. HOW CAN I GET MY SCORE SHEET?


  • ginni Wednesday, August 31, 2011

    while making my account i had to fill opn company id & its details.but i am an angg. student(persuing) and i have taken the scjp exam(passed).i bought my java voucher from niit.

    now i want to know that what should i do?what is this opn company id? and what option should i choose(y/n)?

    i in great confusion as i do not want any mess....please help me.


  • ginni Wednesday, August 31, 2011

    WHAT IS AN OPN COMPANY ID?I AM JUST A STUDENT. WHAT SHOULD I DO?


  • brandye barrington Wednesday, August 31, 2011

    Regarding your score sheet, you can print the score report on the Pearson VUE website at pearsonvue.com/oracle. However, you should be aware that you score report may not be used to imply certification under any circumstance. The only items you may use for proof of certification are the official Oracle Certificate, The official Oracle Certification ID card (if one was included in your success kit) or verification through CertView (certview.oracle.com).

    @Ginni, If you are not an employee of an Oracle PartnerNetwork company, simply skip that part of the registration process. If you need assistance setting up your Pearson VUE web account, you can call Pearson VUE pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Nsamba George w Thursday, September 1, 2011

    Hello, i sat for the last exam of Oracle 9i Ocp 1Z0-033 the 28-07-2011

    time has passed, i have not recieved my Oracle certification and kits.

    i Kindly need them for further use.

    Identification No. SR2328004

    Name: Nsamba George w

    Email: nsambaug@yahoo.com

    Station: Uptech Uganda

    Site: UG

    Need this soonest.

    Kindly assist.

    Address

    NSAMBA GEORGE C/o

    SDV TRANSAMI (U) LTD

    PLOT M. 611 NTINDA

    P.O.BOX 5501

    KAMPALA UGANDA.

    East Africa.

    +256711705227


  • guest Sunday, September 11, 2011

    i sat for 1Z0-851 Java standard edition 6 programmer certified professional exam on 06/25/2011.i have not received my certificate yet.

    name:Amit Kanbarkar

    E-mail:am.kanbarkar@gmail.com


  • Miguel Angel Gonzalez Monday, September 26, 2011

    Hi

    I am in the certification process to get the OCMJD. I already finished the assignment project and some minutes ago I tried to upload my solution through the Pearson Vue site, but when I clicked on the button to continue with the essay and upload my jar file an error appears in the Pearson web page, the assignment went automatically to Taken status with no posibility to upload my solution. When I click on the link to request my score a PDF file is downloaded with a C# error trace as content.

    I am in a hurry since the deadline to finish with the certification path under the old Sun schema is next September 30. I already send a mail to Pearson support, is there some help that I could get from Oracle side? I will really appreciate it.

    Thanks!


  • brandye barrington Wednesday, September 28, 2011

    Miguel,

    This is something that Pearson VUE will need to assist with. You should have a resolution fairly quickly. Please go ahead and take the Essay so that you'll have both parts of this path completed before the deadline.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • EPM Thursday, September 29, 2011

    Hi All, I finished my exams (1Z0-877 and 1Z0-878) a few days ago, I can see them in my exam history, but I can't see my certificate history, What can I do to make sure that my certification is recognized by Oracle? and when Can I receibe my success kit ? thanks.


  • ajaykurrey Friday, September 30, 2011

    i am completing examination in sql 9i,pl/sql 9i . plsql 9i examination

    date on 13/9/2011.so my query is how much day u r sending my oca certifications on my home address.


  • brandye barrington Friday, September 30, 2011

    @EPM, are you looking at your Pearson VUE account www.pearsonvue.com/oracle, or are you looking at your CertView account certview.oracle.com? It will take a couple of days for the records to be uploaded to CertView. If you are looking at CertView and see the exams in your exam history, but the certification does not show in your certification history, please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com.

    @Ajaykurrey, Please have a look at our FAQ and you will find the answer to your question. Go to certification.oracle.com>Preparation>FAQ>Certificates and Logos

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Brandye Barrington Tuesday, October 11, 2011

    Rajesh,

    Merges should not take very long. Please contact Pearson VUE to find out the status of your request. You can find contact numbers for your region at perasonvue.com/oracle/contact.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • roy Sunday, October 23, 2011

    Hi,

    I passed my OCJP exam on April 28, 2011, I was wondering if I have to create a new account at certview because I can't log in, I already tried recovering both my user name and my password using the e-mail address I used when checking my history at integral 7, but it keeps telling me that an e-mail has been sent but I don't recieve any e-mail for username recovery.


  • Brandye Barrington Tuesday, October 25, 2011

    Roy,

    Please contact suncert_ww@oracle.com for assistance. Please be aware that they usually respond within 3 business days.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • megha shrivastava Tuesday, November 15, 2011

    Hi;

    I am megha .

    I passed SCJP standard edition 5.0 in june 2008 through prometric and i have certificate hard copy,exam report hard copy of SCJP.i created my account on pearson vue with help of prometric Id(SRXXXXX)and also created my account on www.oracle.com then i got new Id(OCXXXXX).then i gave exam OCWCD(web component developer,1z0858)on 21 sep 2011 through pearson vue and i passed exam,when i saw my pearson vue account detail it is showing only my current exam status but it is not showing my SCJP exam detail and same condition in oracle account also but here one more problem in oracle account(CertView) detail it is showing some informations my current exam(OCWCD) like exam history,personal information so on ,but it is not showing my Success Kit and i have not received my OCWCD certificate yet.

    please update my database informations.

    please help me.


  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, November 17, 2011

    Hi Megha,

    It looks like you have ended up with two IDs. You will need to request for Pearson VUE to merge the two IDs at pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge. Approximately 48 hours after you have recieved confirmation that the accounts have been merged, CertView will show the updated information. The reason that your Web Component Developer certification has not yet been granted is that your earlier certification is under on e ID (SRXXXXX) and your Web Compenent Developer exam is under a different ID (OCXXXXX), so the database does not recognize you as the same person.

    Once you merge the IDs, all of your records will show under the same account CertView and the certification will be granted. Two additional notes: 1) Only exams that you took at Pearson VUE will show in your Pearson VUE exam history. 2) For certifications received and exams taken through Sun, only certification history will show in CertView, exam history for Sun exams taken prior to May 2011 will not show in CertView.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Saturday, December 10, 2011

    Long live SUN...

    Oracle has disrupted everything.

    Why they want to remove everything named SUN. What was wrong if it works with the Brand Sun...revenue was still yours....


  • karthik subramaniam Sunday, January 15, 2012

    hello ,

    i am sun certified at scjp 1.4 ,i don't know what to do,mmy freinds say you need to give migration exam .what is this please help me out.


  • guest Monday, January 16, 2012

    Hi,

    I am a Sun Certified java Programmer, took the test in June 2010 via Prometric Testing center. I am able to see the history in "certmanager.net". However I don't see a link to download the logo. I created an account in Oracle and PearsonVue and these sites don't show my credential in test history.

    Could some one please assist me to find the logo?

    Thanks,

    Kasi


  • guest Monday, January 23, 2012

    I have cleared the OCPJP6 exam.Actually i have logged in to Pearson vue and i can see the exam history there. But I am not able to do so in 'certview'. i have made two attempts and they have not verified my information. Is the information we enter there , case sensitive?I am scared to make the third attempt as the account will be locked for few days.Help!


  • guest Monday, January 23, 2012

    Go ahead and make your 3rd attempt. This will push the account for manual authorization so that you can go ahead and get your account authorized and start using CertView.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Friday, April 20, 2012

    Hi i am mohan

    recently completed OCJP exam but didnot recieve my certification hard copy

    and if any requirements for getting certification

    please give me an idea and also validity details please

    thank you


  • Brandye Barrington Monday, April 23, 2012

    Hi Mohan,

    Please go to certview.oracle.com and view your certification history there to be sure that you have completed all requirements and your certification has been granted. Under your certification history, you will also find further steps to take if your kit has not yet been shipped.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • shahzad Wednesday, April 25, 2012

    I passed all Oracle DBA exams before 2009 through prometic , now i am planning to give Oracle 11g upgrade exam. My prometic testing ID is valid for giving the exam in Pearson vue because all my credentials and exam history are accessible in certview .

    Please clearify it.

    Regards,

    shahzad


  • Brandye Barrington Wednesday, April 25, 2012

    Shahzad,

    Yes, your Prometric ID is valid. You will need to provide your testing ID as well as your information as it was in your Prometric account in order to create your Pearson VUE web account and have it associated with your prior ID. You may be better off in this situation to call Pearson VUE for assistance - to ensure that your account is set up properly and you are not assigned a new ID. You can find Pearson VUE contact info at pearsonvue.com/oracle.

    Thanks,

    Brandye Barrington


  • oluwande Sunday, May 6, 2012

    Please, i have forgotten my oracle testing ID, what can i do?


  • Brandye Barrington Monday, May 7, 2012

    Please contact Pearson VUE at pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact. They should be able to assist.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Thursday, May 24, 2012

    I have managed to get my Sun certificate shown up in CertView.

    The 1st video did not work for me, here's how I did it:

    1. During the Pearson VUE registration, I chose "NO" for "previous test history" (which is different from the video). I tried "YES" first time but it didn't work out in the end.

    2. For name, email, address, telephone and everything else, I used exactly the same info as in Prometric.

    3. When my Pearson account is created, I can see my Prometric ID been used as the oracle test ID.

    4. I then go to Oracle CertView, created an oracle account, and authorized my account using the oracle test ID, full name and city etc.

    5. Now in CertView, I can see all my previous Sun certificates

    Hope someone finds this useful.


  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, May 31, 2012

    Thanks for your comments. I would caution other users to follow the video steps to avoid creating a new testing ID which will only cause problems in the long run. Glad you got your account set up correctly and are up and running.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Sandeep Wednesday, June 27, 2012

    Hi,

    I had completed sun certification via pro metric in 2007. Following the video above i created a pearson vue account by giving my prometric candidate ID. But an account with a new Oracle Testing ID was created.

    Next, I went to CertView and tried to authorize my account using this ID but failed after 3 attempts.

    Oracle then fixed the issue and I was able to login to CertView and also able to see my previous sun certification. But the ID shown here is the prometric ID.

    Please let me know if I need to merge the two IDs and which ID should be used for scheduling future tests.

    Thanks,

    Sandeep


  • Brandye Barrington Tuesday, July 10, 2012

    Hi Sandeep,

    You'll definitely need to merge the two IDs. You can do so at pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge. Since your CertView account is set up under your Prometric ID, it is best if you select your Prometric ID as the "surviving ID" when you contact Pearson VUE.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • ankita Saturday, July 28, 2012

    hi,

    I have completed my 1ZO-007 Introduction to Oracle-9i:SQL certification in March-2011. the test was unproctored. please tell me how to get the certification history.


  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, August 2, 2012

    Ankita,

    If you only passed the 007 exam, you are not certified and you will not yet have a Certification History. This exam is the first exam in the path of several certifications. You can view your exam history at certview.oracle.com. You will need to go to certification.oracle.com to choose the certification you wish to pursue and see the certification requirements.

    Good luck on your path.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Brian Friday, August 17, 2012

    I'm trying to find a site online to verify my SCJP. Oracle now owns Sun/Java. I've searched until I'm blue in the face(actually red). Can someone advise where to do this. It's not Personvu. Thanks.


  • Brandye Barrington Friday, August 17, 2012

    Hi Brian,

    You can go to certview.oracle.com. Just be sure that you don't have more than one Oracle Testing ID. When you created your Pearson VUE account, did you enter your Prometric ID? Did Pearson VUE send you a new ID? If they did not, then you're golden. If they did, then you have 2 IDs and you'll need to contact Pearson at pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge in order to get the IDs merged and ensure that all of your records are under one account.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Monday, September 3, 2012

    i need not receive mail from oracle about end date thus i missed my exams what i should do now??


  • Brandye Barrington Tuesday, September 4, 2012

    I'm not 100% sure what you mean. Did you complete one or more exams in a multi-exam path and now the remaining exams in your path have been retired?

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Bharat Sahu Tuesday, October 9, 2012

    I have done my OCJP on 11th july 2012 and I have completed all the requirement which are necessary for the success kit.but i have not received my success kit yet.

    Please help me on this...

    Regards

    Bharat Sahu


  • guest Wednesday, October 10, 2012

    Hi Bharat,

    You should visit certview.oracle.com to see if all of your requirements are recorded in your history. It is very possible that you may have completed components of your certification requirements under different IDs. There will be instructions in the Certification Status>Certification history tab to follow up on your certification success kit.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • T Rob Darrough Thursday, February 7, 2013

    Why would anyone not want their certification status to be publicly viewable? There is no sensible case for making the information private. The reason for certification is to prove ones competence to third parties. If an HR rep cannot verify what is stated on a resume then what is the value in having it on ones resume? If certification cannot be verified quickly with common information such as name or SSN then it has no value.


  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, February 7, 2013

    T Rob,

    We have actually put that power directly in your hands. You can provide verification of your certification to whomever you wish through CertView. Go to certview.oracle.com, select the Publish Credentials to 3rd Parties tab and follow the instructions.

    The value of certification is more than a piece of paper. Much of the value of certification comes from the intensive time spent preparing for your certification exam. The breadth and depth of knowledge and skills that you develop during this process is the main value in getting certified.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Stephen Wednesday, May 8, 2013

    hi there, i have taken the following online test...

    1. 1Z0-007 Introduction to Oracle 9i: SQL on 28/11/2010

    2. 1Z0-042 Oracle Database 10g: Administrator I on 07/06/2011

    3. 1Z0-043 Oracle Database 10g: Administrator II on 07/12/2011

    Till now i have received my (admin I) certificate, but am yet to receive my (Admin II) certificate.

    when i login to (www.pearsonvue.com) my History says i have not previously taken any exams.

    Please i seriously need your help, so i can receive my certificate...

    Thanks Stephen


  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, May 9, 2013

    Stephen,

    You should go to certview.oracle.com to view your exam and certification history. A couple of things may be the issue here - 1) you may have taken your exams at Prometric, so Pearson VUE would not have a record of them. Or, you may have taken exams under different Oracle Testing IDs. Start with CertView.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Palash Tuesday, December 3, 2013

    HI ,

    I have completed SUN certification on 2007. I register pearson VUE with my prometric id (I use candidate id there starts with SR***) after completion pearson VUE generates a Oracle Testing ID : OC1321318 . Using that i register in cetview. One week gone till now i havnt seen any certification in certview. Is all the steps are ok or i missing something please help.


  • Matheus Tuesday, December 10, 2013

    Hello,

    In 2007 I passed the exam of the SCJA certification when Java still was with Sun Microsystens ...

    Recently, I created an account with my email in certview.oracle.com, but when trying to retrieve my 2007 certification from Sun in the Oracle Certview system i had put my Oracle account in manual process, probably because i haven't entered some information as it was in Sun systens ..

    Can someone help me to recover this Sun's certification in the new system of certifications from Oracle? Note: The email suncert_ww@oracle.com isn't working anymore


  • Anu Thursday, April 24, 2014

    Hi,

    I did Sun certified Programmer for Java platform 5 in May 2011. My candidate ID as displayed in result sheer is SR5665353. How can I verify my certification with Oracle database?


  • Jabran Khan Monday, April 28, 2014

    Dear all,

    My certificate was finally shown in certview yesterday. I hope everyone is also updated in the shortest time.There was some Problem at start but thanks God i finally got,what i want.

    Thanks.


  • Brandye Barrington Wednesday, April 30, 2014

    Anu, go to certview.oracle.com. From there, you will be able to view your certifiation, download the logo and certificate and provide certification verification to your employer or another 3rd party.

    Jabran, I'm glad this all got settled for you.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Sunday, June 8, 2014

    I am unable to register my test-id with cert view plz help me


  • priyanka Thursday, July 10, 2014

    Hi,

    Have cleared OCA on 17th April 2014 but still not received hardcopy of certificate stead of updating address information with oracle and pearsonvue. now i dont remember login credentials for pearsonvue account.

    But pls confirm me address for certificate shipment is referred from oracle account that i have already updated.

    So no worry about pearsonvue account information about address. pls confirm.......thanks a ton....

    Priaynka


  • guest Saturday, December 13, 2014

    hi

    i pass in examination.but i don't know how to get hard copy of certificate.please explain instruction of hard copy.


  • guest Wednesday, April 15, 2015

    hi

    I have passed SCJP in 2007, can I get my results added to Oracle CertView

    Please advise.

    thanks

    Srinivas


  • guest Wednesday, April 15, 2015

    Hi Srinivas,

    Your records are in CertView. Here is how you will access:

    - Go to pearsonvue.com/oracle and create an account.

    - You will need to enter your Prometric ID, which will become your Oracle Testing ID.

    -- If Pearson assigns you a new Oracle Testing ID, you will need to have contact them and have them merge the new ID with your Prometric ID right away - pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge.

    - At least one hour after creating your Pearson VUE acccount, you will need to authenticate your CertView account at certview.oracle.com. You will need the email address and Oracle Testing ID from your Pearson VUE profile to authenticate your CertView account.

    You could also contact Pearson VUE pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact for assistance creating your new account.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Karthick Saturday, May 16, 2015

    I have lost my sun Solaris certificate? I taken the exam on 01-31-2009.

    Please help me to recover.


  • guest Wednesday, May 20, 2015

    Karthick,

    You can access your certificate for printing and download in certview.oracle.com. You'll need to create an account at pearsonvue.com/oracle and then you'll need to authenticate your account at certview.oracle.com - using the email address and Oracle Testng ID from your account at Pearson VUE.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • Lavanya Friday, May 29, 2015

    Hi,

    I have passed SCJP and SCWCD in 2008. I passed them form Different test centers in India. I have hard copies from SUN. I wonder how do I reflect them in CertView???

    I created PearsonVUE account and validated too.

    I took in two different Prometric centers from India. Now I live in USA.

    I would like to appear for SE7(upgrade), I should validate my prior certification to upgrade. Please advise me on this.

    Thank you in advance,

    Lavanya


  • guest Tuesday, June 2, 2015

    Lavanya,

    When you created your Pearson VUE account, did Pearson assign you a new Oracle Testing ID? If so, you'll need to have your IDs merged.

    I would suggest that you contact Pearson VUE pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact to get assistance with ensuring all your exam records are under one account.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


  • guest Friday, June 5, 2015

    Thank you Brandye. I did Contacted Pearson VUE, merge in process.

    Thank you,

    Lavanya.


  • Brandye Barrington Friday, June 5, 2015

    Great to hear, Lavanya!

    Brandye Barrington


  • Lavanya Monday, June 8, 2015

    Bramdye

    Today i called Pearson VUE and they confirmed that now accounts are merged and i have only one testing id. But still I can not see/show up my previous certifications????(SCJP, SCWCD) in Certview(Achieved Certifications)/Pearson(Exam History) . Pearson is saying contact Oracle....... for a sec i shocked... so please advise me on this and show my all certifications in one place.

    Thank you,

    Lavanya


  • guest Monday, July 27, 2015

    I have OCPJP Java certificate SE 6. Kindly confirm how i can upgrade it to Java SE 7 Certification?


  • Srishti Sunday, May 1, 2016

    I passed my sun certification in September 2012. I have the score report and certificate. However, the email ID I used to give the exam at that time is no longer being used by me and also I can not login any more to that email ID.

    Now I want to get my certification history like Licence number and URL of the certification to update my LinkedIn profile.

    Is there any way I can do that? Please help.

    Please note that the same email ID I used to create Pearson account. So, I am not able to login there also.


  • guest Wednesday, June 1, 2016

    Hi Brandye,

    Your answers to the queries posted to everyone, helped me to restore my 2007 SCJP certification. Appreciate your effect.

    I followed exactly your steps.

    --------------------------------------

    Here is how you will access:

    - Go to pearsonvue.com/oracle and create an account.

    - You will need to enter your Prometric ID, which will become your Oracle Testing ID.

    -- If Pearson assigns you a new Oracle Testing ID, you will need to have contact them and have them merge the new ID with your Prometric ID right away - pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge.

    - At least one hour after creating your Pearson VUE acccount, you will need to authenticate your CertView account at certview.oracle.com. You will need the email address and Oracle Testing ID from your Pearson VUE profile to authenticate your CertView account.

    --------------------------------------

    Regards,

    Suresh.


  • guest Friday, August 19, 2016

    For the first time in 16 years an employer is looking for my Java 1.1 SCP Certificate. I took the exam in 2000. Is there any way they can find a record of it online


  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, August 25, 2016

    I think that your certification should be in CertView.

    Here is how you will access:

    - Go to pearsonvue.com/oracle and create an account.

    - You will need to enter your Prometric ID, which will become your Oracle Testing ID.

    -- If Pearson assigns you a new Oracle Testing ID, you will need to have contact them and have them merge the new ID with your Prometric ID right away - pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge.

    -- If you don't know your testing ID, I recommend that you contact Pearson to assist with account set up - www.pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact.

    - At least one hour after creating your Pearson VUE acccount, you will need to authenticate your CertView account at certview.oracle.com. You will need the email address and Oracle Testing ID from your Pearson VUE profile to authenticate your CertView account.

    Once all this is done, you should be able to view and print your certificate as well as send verification of your certification to the employer via email.

    Regards,

    Brandye Barrington


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