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SCORM 2004 3ED Package no count attempts

 
Picture of Antonio Fernández Cabezas
SCORM 2004 3ED Package no count attempts
 
Hi

I have an 2004 Scorm package with API Scorm to shared information between Moodle and SCORM.

I send to Moodle information like activiyy status (completed, passed, etc) , % advance, time session, etc. All of this work fine.

When I do the activity always count 1 attempt. I don't know why Moodle doesn't count attempts. In the setup of activity I have configured this activity how you can see in the attached file.

I was trying to setup "Force new attempt" to "Yes" but it doesn't work neither.

I was talking with Scorm support and they send me an example SCORM Golf package to test, but it doesn't work. I had tested this package previously (https://scorm.com/scorm-explained/technical-scorm/golf-examples/) and it didn't work neither

I was testing this behaviour with an Scorm 1.2 package and the result is the same

If anyone can help me I would be apreciate


My Moodle version is 3.19


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Picture of Shirley Gregorczyk
Re: SCORM 2004 3ED Package no count attempts
 
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Picture of Antonio Fernández Cabezas
Re: SCORM 2004 3ED Package no count attempts
 

Hi

You are right. SCORM 2004 is partially not supported. I use some functions SCORM 2004 APi (GetValue, SetValue, etc) and they work fine like in Moodle. 

I have used data model SCORM 2004 3Ed like cmi.exit, cmi.completion_status, cmi.success_status, cmi.progress_measure, etc and they work fine

Indeed, I have tested this SCORM 1.2 package  (https://scorm.com/scorm-explained/technical-scorm/golf-examples/   - Basic Run-Time Calls) and it doesn't count the attempts neither.

I only get count attempts (with SCORM 1.2) when I setup "Force new attempt" to "Yes" and it works in a confused way. Not always that I start the activity is counted a new attempt.

I don't understand well how does it work the concept "attempts" in Moodle and why it doesn't count when I start activity, I leave the activity or fail and start again



 
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Picture of Dan Marsden
Re: SCORM 2004 3ED Package no count attempts
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The concept of "attempts" is confusing when it comes to SCORM. The SCORM spec defines that you must be able to re-enter an attempt in different ways so we provide a number of settings in Moodle to control this.

This FAQ item probably covers what you are looking for:
https://docs.moodle.org/en/SCORM_FAQ#Handling_of_Multiple_Attempts

SCORM 2004 attempts are also a bit messy, and it's likely there are bugs with the attempt handling of SCORM 2004 data. If you have a choice of using SCORM 1.2 or 2004 you should always choose 1.2 when working with Moodle (even though some SCORM 2004 packages may work ok.)

 
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Picture of Antonio Fernández Cabezas
Re: SCORM 2004 3ED Package no count attempts
 

Thanks a lot!! I already understood "attemps" concept with SCORM. Now it works fine!!

 
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