February 5, 2019 at 3:41 pm #416880
Good afternoon all. High-level question…has anyone run into CORS or other communication issues when creating AICC cross domain courses with v17 or 18?
Background…for customers who don’t want to load our SCORM course content on their LMS, we host the AICC content on our company webserver, and provide the AICC structure files to our customers to import the course into their LMS. Easy peasy…at least up until recently. Any course I update or create with v16 (or prior) works just fine. If I create new, or update a working v16 course, with v17 or 18, we get communication errors. It’s like our redirector ASP file is no longer able to provide sufficient permissions for the course to communicate cross-domain to the LMS. I’ve replicated this issue on SCORM Cloud and the only commonality I can find is post v16 simply don’t work.
Just wondering if anyone else has run into this. Perhaps Trivantis has changed something in their published content? Maybe a new redirector file is necessary to work with it? Other?February 5, 2019 at 4:24 pm #416884
what are the publishing options you are using for each version? (I remember something changed in the AICC publishing options along the way that changed the way I had to publish AICC content when I was using myLearning and the cross-domain issue)… might be a good place to start with the troubleshooting if you haven’t already?February 6, 2019 at 10:46 am #417019
Adam – Thanks for the response. Do you happen to recall which publish settings you had to change to keep the AICC CD working?
I can’t quite remember – it was at a previous job when I was using AICC vs SCORM as I do now, so I can’t quite remember the specific settings – I would leave off seamless for sure – don’t think html5 would be an issue. What about the cross-domain settings?February 6, 2019 at 11:14 am #417039
That’s part of the head scratcher for me. We’re using the same CD settings as in all our working v16 courses. The CD redirector URL is identical in all working and non-working courses.
We’ve attempted to make some adjustments to that redirector ASP script in an attempt to open up the domains it gives permission to write to. So far those changes haven’t provided any new results.February 6, 2019 at 11:33 am #417049
So you know how you sometimes test a scenario “just to say you did”, but expect for it not to work? Per your suggestion ,we just tested a standard publish (non-cross domain enabled) AICC course and it launched, tracked, and completed! What universe are we living in?!?
We’re about to test a few more courses, but the early result looks good. Thanks for suggesting that Adam, I’m likely to have never tried that.
If a non-CD course works from a different domain as the LMS, why does Trivantis keep this publish setting in the application? Especially if it seems to actually break the intended functionality.February 6, 2019 at 2:21 pm #417116
cool! glad it helped! Maybe it works in some scenarios, but not others?
I think I remember going through when I was troubleshooting and checking and un-checking every possible combination of settings to find what worked best… so I had a hard time remembering what settings I eventually settled on. ; )
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