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    Question Pursuing OCE without OCA OCP ?

    Hello all forum members. I am new to the website here and hope to get informed from the expertise of seniors here .
    I am interested in Oracle certifications. I was thinking if I can pursue Oracle Certified Expert OCE exam without having OCA and OCP certifications . Can I pursue them just like in Cisco you can pursue CCIE directly without owning CCNA CCNP certifications. For the time being I am interested in Database Certifications of Oracle. So I mean OCE in SQL administration or whatsoever its called.
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    Yes, you can.
    Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Database 12c: RAC and Grid Infrastructure Administrator
    https://education.oracle.com/pls/web...arams=p_id:374
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    Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Database 12c: Data Guard Administrator
    https://education.oracle.com/pls/web...arams=p_id:384
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    Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Database 12c: Performance Management and Tuning
    https://education.oracle.com/pls/web...arams=p_id:350
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    Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Database 12c: Data Guard Administrator
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    Thanks man. But I doubt what you said is true. Because I looked it up myself and the OCE or OCM certifications need preceding certifications like OCA, OCP and then comes OCM.
    But still I look up your suggested links and let you know.
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    From what I see, it does appear that you have to go through the OCA --> OCP --> OCE path. When you click on the prerequisite certs, they take you to the lower level. Oracle isn't doing a very good job outlining the requirements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PCTechLinc View Post
    From what I see, it does appear that you have to go through the OCA --> OCP --> OCE path. When you click on the prerequisite certs, they take you to the lower level. Oracle isn't doing a very good job outlining the requirements.

    Yes. You are spot on. There is no direct attempt path to OCE/OCM certifications without first completing OCA and OCP certifications. I had a very detailed analysis back a month ago and found out that these OCA is prerequisite for OCP and OCP is prerequisite for OCM/OCE. Thanks for sharing your view about it, sir. Appreciated it a lot
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