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After quiz, user have to input email and name in dialogue

But I don't want that.

In my platform users should login before taking quiz so can use their email and id with my platform db.

Is it possible?

So After click submit answer button or finish, it goes to my server.

Thanks

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I'm afraid that's just the way that the Internal Server Reporting option works in Captivate.  In order to have it work differently you would need to engage the services of a PHP programmer and have them change the code in the PHP server pages that control the functionality.

 

Your other alternative is to forget about using Internal Server Reporting and instead install an LMS on the web server where you are currently running these PHP pages.  I would suggest you investigate Moodle, an open-source (did I mention FREE) LMS that is also PHP-based.  It supports SCORM 1.2 version.  So, you would need to republish your Captivate modules to SCORM 1.2.  But since your users would need to be logged into Moodle BEFORE they could access the courses and content, that means there is no need for them to enter their name and ID when doing the course itself.

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After quiz, don't show email input dialogue, just send reports to server

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After quiz, user have to input email and name in dialogue

But I don't want that.

In my platform users should login before taking quiz so can use their email and id with my platform db.

Is it possible?

So After click submit answer button or finish, it goes to my server.

Thanks

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Correct answer by RodWard | Adobe Community Professional

I'm afraid that's just the way that the Internal Server Reporting option works in Captivate.  In order to have it work differently you would need to engage the services of a PHP programmer and have them change the code in the PHP server pages that control the functionality.

 

Your other alternative is to forget about using Internal Server Reporting and instead install an LMS on the web server where you are currently running these PHP pages.  I would suggest you investigate Moodle, an open-source (did I mention FREE) LMS that is also PHP-based.  It supports SCORM 1.2 version.  So, you would need to republish your Captivate modules to SCORM 1.2.  But since your users would need to be logged into Moodle BEFORE they could access the courses and content, that means there is no need for them to enter their name and ID when doing the course itself.

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What form of Quiz Reporting are you currently using?

Internal Server Reporting or SCORM?

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Internal Server Reporting

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This is screenshot of form.

But I don't want this form.

After finish quiz, automatically get name and id form my session or my user info.

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I'm afraid that's just the way that the Internal Server Reporting option works in Captivate.  In order to have it work differently you would need to engage the services of a PHP programmer and have them change the code in the PHP server pages that control the functionality.

 

Your other alternative is to forget about using Internal Server Reporting and instead install an LMS on the web server where you are currently running these PHP pages.  I would suggest you investigate Moodle, an open-source (did I mention FREE) LMS that is also PHP-based.  It supports SCORM 1.2 version.  So, you would need to republish your Captivate modules to SCORM 1.2.  But since your users would need to be logged into Moodle BEFORE they could access the courses and content, that means there is no need for them to enter their name and ID when doing the course itself.

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Sorry for this, I've checked and this is LMS

The results go to my platform db.

 

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Sorry, I got it. Internal Server this is. get Confused before

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