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Activities: Adobe Connect

Maintained by Picture of Mike Churchward Mike Churchward, Picture of Akinsaya Delamarre Akinsaya Delamarre, Picture of Tyler Bannister Tyler Bannister
Provides an activity level integration between Moodle and Adobe Connect Pro

The Remote Learner Adobe Connect Pro activity module provides the officially sponsored integration method between Moodle and Adobe Connect Pro. It was developed in conjunction with the Remote-Learner development team and Adobe Inc. It is designed to simplify the use of synchronous events within Moodle. It provides a single sign on between the two systems with easy event creation and management.

The module allows users to create Adobe Connect Pro meetings by adding an activity instance and providing the meeting name, url (optional), start time, end time, meeting template and a public or private meeting setting.

There is also support for Moodle groups so that users who are only a part of a group can join meetings that are only for their Moodle group.

Any user who creates or joins a meeting will have their account created on the Adobe Connect server (if one doesn't exist) and they will be signed in automatically using HTTP header authentication. So as long as the user is logged into Moodle they will never have to enter in user credentials to get access to an Adobe Connect meeting.

This module creates 3 roles: Adobe Connect Host, Presenter and Participant in Moodle to reflect the roles on the Adobe Connect server. Users can be assigned these roles through Moodle and they will have the corresponding roles on the Adobe Connect server when they join.

The activity module will also display meeting recordings (if there are any) that are available.

Disclaimer:  If you have a Adobe Connect Pro hosted account the single sign-on or external authentication will not work; as Adobe has disabled external authentication for hosted account.


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Mike Churchward (Lead maintainer)
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Akinsaya Delamarre: Maintainer/Developer
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Tyler Bannister: Maintainer/developer
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  • Picture of Akinsaya Delamarre
    Tue, Jan 13, 2015, 11:02 PM
    Hello Cihat, I'm not sure I quite understand the issue. What do you mean by transferring usernames to Connect?

    You said that User full names and emails are shown in the list when adjusting roles, so when and where does it show NAME SURNAME (,,e-mail@address, )?

    Can you confirm whether this issue is happening to every user on your site?

  • Picture of Sviluppo Pico
    Fri, Feb 6, 2015, 1:34 AM

    We're testing the plugin with an Hosted Adobe Connect account so without SSO; it seems to works fine, it create the meeting and the users but we're not able to login into Adobe Connect with the users created by the Plugin.

    If a user is not present in Connect it's created an it's ok, but i guess it should use the Moodle pwd and this is not the case, so the question is:

    if i've not SSO with http_header how can i log into Adobe Connect with the users created by the plugin? there is a default password?

    Thanks for you help.

    Andrea Veggiani
  • Picture of Torsten Händler
    Tue, Feb 10, 2015, 11:01 PM
    Sviluppo I will look at my plugin, got this work but first have to check it for 2.8
  • Picture of Torsten Händler
    Mon, Feb 23, 2015, 6:36 PM
    Sviluppo Pico, I'v tested my plugin and it work with an hosted server.
  • Garry Edmonds
    Tue, Mar 17, 2015, 12:39 PM
    We are currently using this plugin with a locally hosted Adobe Connect 8 and it works well. We are attempting to upgrade to Connect v9 and it mostly works, but we find that user credentials are not being passed across from Moodle to Adobe Connect and so users are being asked to log in to Connect. We are testing (2014070200) version of the plugin as we use Moodle 2.7. Is this something that we should expect with the plugin?
  • Picture of Henrik sune Pedersen
    Wed, Apr 8, 2015, 5:38 PM
    I keep getting this error:

    Incorrect function

    More information about this error
    Debug info:
    Error code: invalidfunction
    Stack trace:

    line 463 of /lib/setuplib.php: moodle_exception thrown
    line 135 of /course/modlib.php: call to print_error()
    line 266 of /course/modedit.php: call to add_moduleinfo()

    Output buffer:
    error creating meeting
    • line 191 of /mod/adobeconnect/lib.php: call to debugging()
    • line 121 of /course/modlib.php: call to adobeconnect_add_instance()
    • line 266 of /course/modedit.php: call to add_moduleinfo()

    Notice: Undefined variable: e in /home/moodle/course/modlib.php on line 132

    I dont get any errors when testing the connection in the plugin settings.
    I have downloaded the newest version and is using Moodle 2.8.3 (Build: 20150202)

    I havent been able to find a solution for this error?
    Any help or suggestions are welcome.
  • Picture of Serko Srabonian
    Fri, May 29, 2015, 3:22 AM
    Can someone please tell me if this plugin will work with a hosted Connect server? I've seen a lose reference to a specific feature that will not work with a hosted Connect server, but I haven't seen anything more specific.

    Thank you so much!
  • Picture of Akinsaya Delamarre
    Fri, May 29, 2015, 9:14 PM
    Hello Serko,

    The plug-in does work with a hosted Connect accounts, except for SSO. This means that when a user attempts to connect to a meeting that does not allow guest logins, the user will have to enter their username and password. The plug-in, when it creates new accounts, does not keep a record of the password used to create the new account.

    The only way around this is to have a Connect Pro administrator edit the user account and set a new password for the user.

    Another thing to note is that the plug-ins were originally tested against Connect Pro 7.5. I have seen users test the plug-in against newer versions of Connect Pro, however I cannot speak on any of the issues that were encountered.

    Hope this helps.
  • Picture of Torsten Händler
    Tue, Jun 30, 2015, 7:21 PM
    We will update the plugin in the bugtracker in some days I think. we have change the code, that an SSO for adobe connect hosted server is possible and include some other settings like "user auto login".
    we've test it with moodle 2.7, 2.8 and 2.9 and it work, we still make a final check with users.
  • Picture of Hamed Azimi
    Mon, Jul 6, 2015, 3:05 PM
    Thanks. I have some problems using this module on my moodle 2.9:
    appreciated if you help me solve them.

  • Picture of Lindsey Avery
    Sat, Jul 25, 2015, 2:01 AM
    It says that latest version is for M 2.8 - any word on when there will be a plugin for Connect for v 2.9?
  • Picture of Troy Williams
    Sat, Jul 25, 2015, 12:25 PM
    +1 on v 2.9 wink
  • Picture of Kevin Bps
    Wed, Sep 2, 2015, 10:46 AM
    Please add support for 2.9.1, and fix Moodle SSO to Connect 9.4+ ! Currently being asked to join as Guest, does not pass Moodle credentials. Thanks!
  • Picture of Alice Alice
    Wed, Dec 16, 2015, 10:06 PM
    Hi Why moodle 3.0 do not support adobe connect?
  • Picture of Hamed Azimi
    Fri, Jan 1, 2016, 6:00 AM
    Hey Alice
    Any news about using this on moodle 3?
    We are going to upgrade our moodle to 3, but AC is the most important part of our site.
    Is it supported?
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