We're using iSpring to generate a SCORM 1.2 course object. Scoring is no issue and I'm able to add it for calculation but, even clicking "Recalculate", the score is not pushed to final score. In fact, users who have completed the course cannot be modified at all...no final score can be assigned, even manually.
Any ideas? (And thanks for the community!)
I cannot get the functionality to work. I've added code in the source code to print the query to a file and for each student, it's showing a score of 0.
If anyone else has come across this and resolved it, either through coding or if you have a SCORM object that IS working, I'd appreciate knowing about it. We're using iSpring to generate our SCORM objects ...
maybe it has something to do with iSpring. The best I can do is try one of your objects on one of our installations, if you'd like to share an example of your scorms.
I'm a bit frustrated at this point--we're running a mid-scale pilot tomorrow and with no final score, the Learning Admin is not happy about this. I've been digging around in the code and there is no reference to pulling in SCORM scores that I can see.
Max, if I may ask, you are running 4.05?
yes - I am running a D4.05
I attach the results of my experiment (2 screenshots: as you can see, the score in the scorm item does pass through to the final score).
I also attach my scorm, maybe you can try with that.
- list of LO's
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- gradebook report
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- Test punteggio.zip
- Scorm with test inside (articulate)
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Let me ask a stupid question -- Both the in-Docebo test and the SCORM LO test are weighted at 50% to give the score of 100? I ask because this misled me when I originally said that the problem was fixed with a clean installation. I had a Test LO and a SCORM LO test, and a final score of 100. However, when I weighted the LOs at 50%, the final score dropped to reflect only the Test LO.
I've downloaded your SCORM zip and will test it.
Thank you for your time!