Interesting question, so I checked this out, and in an assignment it works as you require. Set up an assignment so that students must submit in groups, and specify the grouping to use (screenshot 1 "Group submission settings"). Organise the students into a group (screenshot 2 "Add/remove users: Group 2"). When one student in the group submits a document to the assignment, all students in the group have the activity marked as completed (screenshot 3 "Activity completion report").
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I am using the GROUP_CONCAT feature of SQL with a Generico filter, and I discovered that it truncates its output at 1024 characters by default. The maximum length is controlled by the session variable group_concat_max_len, so I would like to set it to a higher number and then run a select query in the Dataset field of my Generico filter (see the code example below). Unfortunately this code doesn't work, so I wonder is there an alternate way to achieve this effect?
SET SESSION group_concat_max_len = 2048;
g.name AS "groupname",
GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT uid.data) AS "members" ...
I don't think there is much you can do about it, other than encourage students to submit PDF rather than Word files. If it becomes a major issue you could enforce PDF upload rather than Word.
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