We are changing over to Moodle 2.2. We have courses that have been constructed from 3rd party material.
In Moodle 1.9 we would FTP the course material en masse into the course shell.
The material was delivered organized into folders by module, picture content, audio content etc. Each module contained an html page devoted to each topic within the module.
By simply "linking to a file" we could add an asset to the content area of the course. When clicked on in the content section the page appeared with all its referenced material intact.
In Moodle 2.2 this is not the case. Only the page's text will show up. It's obvious that the new file structure and the html code refering to where to find a component do not match.
I have seen explanations where with a single html page one build the page and upload it and its content file into Moodle 2.2 designate the html file as the main file..and have it display. Clearly though this would be a most tedious process as we'd have to completely dis-assemble the 3rd party content combine all assets for the html page into a folder, rewrite the html page to reflect the new asset locations then load each page as a seperate zipped file... etc.
Has anyone had experience with a similar situation explained above, wherein the material is set up using the old file conventions and you have successfully transferred / migrated / the content into MOODLE 2.2?
What was your solution?