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    Moodle webparts with Sharepoint 2007

    We are having difficulties in getting the Moodle web parts to work with Share Point 2007. We have posted on codeplex but haven;t had an answer yet. below is a copy of our post.

    Would really grateful if any can assist?

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    I have installed the webparts and web service (port 80) on a server hosting both MOSS 2007 (over ssl on port 443) and Moodle (over ssl on port 443 via hostheaders). Both sharepoint and moodle are working without any issues including single sign-on and LDAP integration. The database for each is sat on a seperate MS SQL 2005 cluster.

    However, when I try to add any of the webparts to a page in Sharepoint I get a delay and then the following error message...

    Welcome
    Your courseware system account:
    You are not logged in.

    Debug InformationUser
    EGGBUCKLAND\dl
    Class resource path
    https://gateway.foo.com/ecc/wpresour...b750dbdb21d78d
    Physical class resource path
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\wpresources\ProgXimity.Moodle.WebParts\ 1.5.0.0__09b750dbdb21d78d\
    Configuration
    Default
    Configuration Url
    https://moodle.foo.com/

    An unhandled Exception occured. Please contact your System Administrator.

    Type ProgXimity.Moodle.WebServiceProxy.WebServiceErrorE xception
    Message A web service error occured. Please refer to the Web Service Error Log for details. e
    Stack Trace at ProgXimity.Moodle.WebServiceProxy.UserProxy.GetUse r(String userName) at ProgXimity.Moodle.WebParts.WhoAmI.OnInit(EventArgs e)

    Any ideas what the problem could be? Would appreciate any information that would point me in the right direction.

    Thanks very much.

    Dave

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    Is the SSL certificate valid and have you also tried specifying port 443?

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    can you access the moodle webapp and run the script that is on the webpage?

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