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    Moodle & SCORM

    Ok, who can guess who has a nice fresh install of Moodle and is playing about with it? This is after all my 500th post for Moodle alone this week

    I've just tried creating a SCORM package (tried 1.2 and 2004) with software called CourseLab. When I go to upload it says it cannot find the Manifest - even though it is there in the root where it should be.

    Ok, maybe it's the CourseLab stuff so I downloaded a known working package (known to work on other peoples installs) and tried that only to get the same error.

    I've been to Moodle and can't find anything to help me - anybody come across this before and know what it is?

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    hi

    To start with, this earlier posting might be of help:
    moodle and scormIf not - there is stuff on moodle.org I'll try to find for you.

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    How could I have missed that?! Didn't show up in my search before I posted though.

    Thanks, will give it a read and post back here.

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    Just an update to how I fixed the problem. In server paths I had set the zip and unzip paths. Just deleted these, left them blank and saved and it works a treat now.

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    When you say server paths is this in the SCORM setup/manifest file or actually in Moodle. If it is the SCORM file, that could be what is wrong with the Skoool files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechMonkey View Post
    When you say server paths is this in the SCORM setup/manifest file or actually in Moodle. If it is the SCORM file, that could be what is wrong with the Skoool files.
    Nah, the Moodle files.

    Another problem (don't give up on me yet!). I now have working packages that mark scores and everything, but after I close the SCORM (after completing) it says within Moodle that the quiz is incomplete!

    I want it to say something along the lines of "this quiz has been completed"

    ARGHHHHHHH

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    I think its the SCORM module that decides when the activity is complete, I know Moodle doesnt really have full SCORM support for all the factors of the SCORM packages.

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