I have two issues I need help with:
When I "back up" a course, shouldn't the glossaries (and all the entries) go with it? I typically unselect "include enrolled users" in the initial set up in the back up process, but leave "Include activities" checked. Under Schema settings, the glossaries are checked; I continue with the back up and I assume my Glossaries (with NanoGong recordings of the words and definitions) go with it.
Once the file is backed up, I want to restore it and when I check the settings, I have green ticks on 'Include activities,' 'include filters,' and include blocks. As I scroll down the page, there are red "X's" next to Glossary for Userinfo - there is no way to change this. Does this mean I do NOT have the glossary entries because they were entered by a user? (In this case the teacher, there are no student entered glossary entries.)
I notice that when I do a back and INCLUDE users, I do have the opportunity to select user data or not for each activity/resource within a topic area, so I can UNSELECT users on all activities except the glossary. Is this the only way I can backup glossary entries so they are available in future course restorations?
Thanks for any help!
Lastly; I did an "export" of each individual glossary and then "imported" them into the target course. That process worked fine (exported and imported an .xml file) However, the NanoGong Recordings of each word did NOT work. I received a message "Failed to establish connection to the server." I cannot figure out what is going on. I did look at the source code through my browser and noticed that the URL entries for the .spx files were different. That makes sense to me in that the audio files should be in a different directory, but it doesn't tell me why the .spx file will not play. (Note: I do not know code, HTML, PhP or any other, so I'm in the dark on that front.) I've included two images below of the source code.
More thanks for any help or suggestions!