I’ve made quite a bit of progress since the last code bundle that I made available. So I thought that it might be a good time to release another snapshot. Once again, however, it’s important to note that this is an incomplete implementation of the SCORM standard. So I’m going to call it Rev 0.B.
As before, you’ll need to edit the ‘config.php’ file to include the login information for a MySQL database that contains a table called ‘scormvars’. Instructions on how to use MySQL are beyond the scope of this blog!
You’ll also need to edit the ‘rte.html’ file to point to the first file in the SCO. Currently, it points to ‘../course/index.html’.
Some other things that you may notice.
- Rather than simply launch the SCO, the main ‘index.html’ file will display a screen with a link to start the SCO, and links to two utilities:
- ‘utils/cleardb.php’ – deletes all of the data in the scormvars table
- ‘utils/showdb.php’ – displays a tabulated list of the data stored in the scormvars table
You can download a zip file containing the Rev 0.B code from [this link].
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