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I've been trying to set up SCORM correctly and investigating why it won't work as expected...
PHP slash arguments are the problem for me...
SCORM module is incompatible with "file.php?file=/pic.jpg"... because local references are not treated well ... like finding a image for a html that has an URL like this "http://www.vmnf.net/moodle/file.php?file=/6/moddata/scorm/SCORMcE1yDFdi/mercury.html" that has a reference to "mercury.jpg" doesn't show the picture!!!???
But if I try "http://www.vmnf.net/moodle/file.php?file=/6/moddata/scorm/SCORMcE1yDFdi/mercury.jpg" now it works but the browser is getting "http://www.vmnf.net/moodle/mercury.jpg" that does not exist.
Since Admin can use both types of argument passing... can SCORM use also both,... is there a patch? ( I've no other choice )
TX to you all for reading and advising...
Vitor N. N. Fernandes (http://www.vmnf.net/moodle)
OK... SCORM need slash arguments... can't this be patched other way??
I can't get slash arguments without going back to safe mode on!
Is there a patch (moodle patch) that works with safe mode ON ... using ftp_mkdir or other??... PZ advise...
I've got the same problem!
I can't switch to "file.php/argument" mode, because I use Windows 2003 Server with IIS 6.0 (not my choice...) and IIS does not support this feature (am I right?).
So if anyone know howto:
1. Patch Scorm module to work with "file.php?argument" mode
2. Enable IIS to work with / method,
please replay to this post.
If you are uisng IIS server to host Moodle and Scorm module and have to use slash arguments, you can use a freeware to rewrite your URL. I got that working on my Windows XP Pro, running IIS 5.
The website is: http://www.isapirewrite.com/.
You can get the "ISAPI_Rewrite Lite" which is free, if you don't need per-virtual-site configurations. Here's the rule I used for rewrite splash arguments:
RewriteRule (.*?\.php)(\/.+) $1\?file=$2 [N,I]
I haven't tried this on Windows 2003 Server with IIS 6.0, though. There's a special note for Win2k3 and IIS 6.0 in their documentation.
It works perfectly! Thank you!
Works a treat on Windows 2000 Server - Objects now displaying correctly
I tried this too (have the same problem) but I can't get it to work. We are using https - do I have to change anything then?