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Update: The “no HTTP support” message is sent by trivantis-titlemanager-aicc.js. Here’s the relevant code:

 var httpReq = getHTTP( dest, ‘POST’, props.str );
if( httpReq.status != 200 )
{
trivAlert( “HTTPCOMMERR”, “trivantis-titlemgr-aicc.js”, ‘no HTTP support ‘ + httpReq.statusText );
return;
}

I am absolutely NOT familiar with this JavaScript file. props is a variable of type TrivStr, but that class is not defined here–presumably it’s defined in another of the many Trivantis JS files?

So if an AICC message transaction fails with HTTP status 200, this unhelpful error appears? Note that don’t actually see a “statusText” in the resulting dialog, just “No HTTP support”.

At least some AICC messages do get through, because my course was marked as complete.

I’d love to use debug mode but because the secure environment blocks popups, I dunno if it will work. I’m going to try it.

Of course, we can also try SCORM if necessary but we’re hoping to avoid that.