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Exporting SCORM packages 4 months 23 hours ago #7395

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I have just started using xerte to create some elearning that I was hoping to upload onto our hospital's LMS. We use kallidus learn.

I have tried exporting in SCORM 1.2 and 2004, however the LMS admin tells me that the package is not recognised. Apparently the system cannot accept 'multi-sco' formatted elearning, but I am not sure this is the problem. Is there anything I can do to make the xerte export compatible with the LMS?

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Exporting SCORM packages 4 months 22 hours ago #7396

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This doesn't sound right. If you are simply exporting from Xerte as SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004 and not doing anything else to the zip created then I don't think there is anything that should be making Kallidus Learn think that it is a 'multiple-sco' package.
Have you clicked publish before exporting from Xerte?
You could sign up for a free account on SCORM Cloud and test and validate your projects there.
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Exporting SCORM packages 4 months 44 minutes ago #7400

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Thank you for your reply - testing it on scorm cloud was successful as you suggested.

The LMS admin contacted kallidus for support and it was resolved for a peculiar reason. Xerte created a .zip file with two subfolders one called _MACOSX and one nameofmodule_scorm_1_2. If it was rezipped with the content directly without subfolders then there was no problem loading it on the LMS. So essentially an issue with the structure of the zip file.

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