If I understand well, you want to upload a scorm content into your course, right?
Just go - as a teacher in a course - to Learning Object Management. New>Learning Object>Scorm, browse to your PC and upload your .zip file. Simple as that.
Please check: Administration>Main>configuration>settings>advanced and go to the bottom
You'll see "file upload whitelist". Check the extensions listed there, to see if you have the important ones allowed (zip,doc,xls,ppt,jpg,gif,png,txt,docx,pptx,xlsx,pdf,csv,odt,dotx,rtf,xps,ppt,odp,ppsx,xml,mp4,mp3,flv,wav,ogg,flac,au,aif,wma,aac,ra,swf,mov)......
If zip is already there, as it should, then check with your hosting provider if you have read/write permissions on the remote folders of your Lms.
One last thing: does your Scorm have an ' in the file name? Names with ' cannot be uploaded, this is a general setting for all php applications and in general for web applications.
I also replied in another thread. It might be 2 things: either the name of the file contains invalid characters (such as ' or à,ù,ì....), or (provided that zip is allowed in the whitelist) wrong permissions in your server.
Can you please tell me:
- the name of the file
- if you checked the file upload whitelist
I'm sorry, but my knowledge has....reached the limit. I am not a developer-programmer, for these server configuration I need other people....
Let's see if some other user has suggestions for you.
the "FS" uploading method with Scorm only works in safe_mode with the system set to off. You should check that the FTP parameters and paths specified in the config.php file are correct, and also the writing permissions.