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iLearning 6.1: SCORM 1.2 Course, Not All SCORM Interactions Are Recorded (Doc ID 2050105.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 11, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle iLearning - Version 6.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 6.1 version, Learner Administration

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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6.1 SCORM 1.2 course, not all SCORM interactions are recorded

Testing with a piece of customer content created in Articulate Storyline, the quiz has 70 or so questions. Watching the CMI adapter log and network traffic, the SCORM interactions posted to the LMS is limited to 7-14 of the questions vs all of the questions. Testing the same course in SCORM Cloud produces the correct results, all interactions are recorded. Unclear why this is occurring in iLearning but needs to be addressed.



STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
Quizzes/Tests built in authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline record how users performed on each question in a test using SCORM Interactions.
iLearning is not fully recording these interactions, it stops recording them after about 7-14 questions.

Import the attached course into iLearning and offer it. Launch the test and complete the questions, keeping the CMI Adapter console log open. Watch for the questions to be recorded (it happens at the end of the exam, not after each question if I remember correctly). You will see entries like LMSSetValue('cmi.interactions.X.student_response', 'p')

Where X represents the question number. You will notice in the log that it stops after a certain number. You can also verify by looking at a report on the interactions table for the content object to see how many are recorded, example query:

select int.*

from interaction int,
attempt a

where

a.id = int.attempt_id and
a.content_object_id = &rcoid

Run this report for the content object you created after the first attempt to see how many interactions were recorded


Changes

 

Cause

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