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information about certification exam [message #157721] Sat, 04 February 2006 12:30 Go to next message
pmadh001
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Hi everybody,

I am planning to take Oracle forms developer certification exam. I am really confused about the exam I should take. Can anybody suggest me whether I should take exam 1ZO-001 or 1ZO-007 and basic differences between these two exams apart from that 1ZO-001 has concepts of PL/SQL. Please somebody suggest me regarding this.

Thankyou

Sincerely
Pavan Madhineni.
Re: information about certification exam [message #157741 is a reply to message #157721] Sun, 05 February 2006 02:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Maaher
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Oracle has a website. On this website, Oracle has dedicated a part exclusively to education. And part of education is certification. So, if you go to http://www.oracle.com/education/certification you should be able to find out yourself. Just select the developer suite track and look at the exam details for each exam.

MHE

Re: information about certification exam [message #157757 is a reply to message #157741] Sun, 05 February 2006 10:14 Go to previous message
pmadh001
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Registered: February 2006
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hi,

thankyou for the reply. I did search the Oracle site. I know that I have to take either 1ZO-001 OR 1ZO-007 and if I pass one of these two then I have to take 1Z0-147 to get certified as an OCA.

But, my question is what difference in exams 1ZO-001 and 1ZO-007 apart that 1ZO-001 has the basic concepts of Pl/SQL. I am confused about this beacuse, I heard that 1ZO-001 has still the concepts of Oracle 8i and may not be valid after few months as Oracle is planning to discontinue it and it may not have value then.

I hope somebody will clarify me about this.

Thanks

Pavan M.
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