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Hello,
As mentioned in ACS guidelines pdf a Database Administrator comes under SYSTEMS MANAGER ASCO-2231-11.
I would like to know whether Oracle DBA will be accessed for SYSTEMS MANAGER or COMPUTING PROFESSIONAL(Oracle specialist)* ASCO 2231-79.

I am unable to understand. Everything mentioned is generic.
Pls suggest.
 

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my husband got asco code 2231-11 as systems manager becuase he has done work in everything, starting from network security to deploying servers and maintaining them. it entirely depends on you, if you stress too much on oracle, u might get 2231-79 asco code. depends, if its on CSL, you should go ahead with 2231-79
 

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Anjali,
It's all a part of Oracle only....... As you know Oracle professionals are broadly divided into Administartors and Developers.
I have experience in both of them during my 4 Yrs. Now the ACS has mentioned that Database Adminisistrators under 2231-11.

Now my question is what will be awarded to a person who has/is working on ORACLE databse as admin. Will ACS be kind enough to consider it as a Oracle specific experience.

Also the term database administrator is generic, the person might be on SQL (Microsoft product) or Oracle.

Logically speaking if the person is Admin on oracle he shld be considered under MODL+CSL ASCO 2231-79

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my husband got asco code 2231-11 as systems manager becuase he has done work in everything, starting from network security to deploying servers and maintaining them. it entirely depends on you, if you stress too much on oracle, u might get 2231-79 asco code. depends, if its on CSL, you should go ahead with 2231-79
 

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again, it depends on how you prepare your CV. its you who has to convince them you are in say skill A and not skill B, even if you do work on skill B but your main area of work is skill A. If you want to be assessed in Skill B, its your documents that do the talking, including your CV.
 
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