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I asked this exact question 6 months ago and this is the complete response I received from the Sitecore Training team via "FreshDesk": Sitecore Professional Developer - This examination is for Version 8.2 Sitecore Certified Platform Associate Developer - This is for Version 9.0 They also referenced a ticket: https://sitecore.freshdesk.com/...


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You have an error in file "WebService/Browse.aspx". This is Sitecore Rocks service. As I see on your screenshot you are using Sitecore version 9.3. Parameterless constructor for LoggedInArgs was obsolete in sitecore 9 and completely removed in 9.3. It seems that you use old version of Sitecore Rocks. Just install the latest version (or remove it at ...


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The issue happens because you've added the namespace of your project in the Views/web.config file while you haven't created any class yet. Sitecore Labs Guide, Page 50


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The text you reference from the Exam Study Guide was at one point the intended structure for the certification program. There was a desire to create different levels, with Associate at the initial level, and Certified Professional being a second level that could be achieved. It remains to be seen if this will occur in the future. At the time of this ...


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First of all, check if the missing type really exist. For this, I would use JetBrains dotPeak. Just load Sitecore.Kernel there and investigate: Later on, ensure that you have the same libs referenced in your project so that you are not overriding what is in the bin folder. Useful tip - set Copy Local to False so that you will not override bin dll's: For ...


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The training course is to partially blame, unfortunately. For some reason they include a pre-release NuGet package for Sitecore.Kernel.NoReference, which has an old DLL of Sitecore.Kernel. While they do instruct you to manually alter the publish profile to exclude this DLL from being deployed, if you made a mistake or skipped this step it is easy to ...


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I would check the Event Log for more information, but I've seen this as a general issue with ASP.NET applications where requests to the application will cause the AppPool to stop because it's improperly configured. Usually, it's that the AppPool is configured to run under a different account and that account either: was deleted, or has an incorrect ...


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If you have overwritten Sitecore.Kernel.DLL in the target IIS website, you can open the ZIP file Sitecore 9.0.0 rev. 171002 (WDP XP0 packages).zip (provided as part of the training and what you used to install the site via SIF) Inside this is another ZIP file - Sitecore 9.0.0 rev. 171002 (OnPrem)_single.scwdp.zip Open this, expand the /content/website/bin ...


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