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> I have the R.4.6 CLP Sys Admin and I took the upgrade exam to R5. What do I miss to receive the R5 CLP?
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I gather from your question that you have not yet received any notification of your certification status. If you have held R4 CLP and passed the R5 upgrade exam, then you are qualified as an R5 CLP.
Do you not require R4 PCLP rather than mearly CLP and the upgrade exam to get R5 CLP?
Not necessarily. The question indicated an R4.6 CLP, which would indicate one of the required web-electives had already been passed. To upgrade from R4.6, to R5 a principal level elective was not required. Note that someone who was not specifically R4.6 CLP would have to complete the following exams to upgrade:
"If your R4 certification does not include a web elective, you can take one of these exams, then take an Update exam to recertify on R5. R4 CLP Notes System Administrators can take Domino Applications Administration 4.6, #190-312, or Administrating Specialized Tasks for Domino 4.5, #190-276."
This quote came from a PartnerWorld release on the 17th of March, 2000
Someone who holds specifically an R4.6 CLP would already have passed Domino Applications Administration 4.6 and therefore would only need to pass the upgrade exam.
Dig Deeper on Domino Resources - Part 7
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