Im creating a Moodle course that consists of a series of captivate scorms.
As a final slide in the captivate project I have been notifying the student to exit the current scorm course (which was opened in a new window from the LMS) and return to the LMS and open the next captivate scorm.
A new request has been submitted for the exit button to simply close the current course and open the next course in the LMS.
Is there a solution in the Captivate project to handle that?
That sort of management is typically to be done by the LMS.
That's not a good idea.
More than likely, if you could find the actual URL for the next SCO, you would never recieve completion since it would still be in the session of the current SCO.
It can be done in SCORM 2004 with an adl.nav.request, but Moodle doesn't support 2004.
If you are using Moodle, you should be able to achieve this in the LMS without altering anything in the Captivate modules themselves. There is an option in Moodle called AutoContinue which can be set so that as each module is completed the learner is moved seamlessly on to the next module. I have used it several times. However, I have always been uploading a Multi-SCO SCORM package that consisted of two or more Captivate SCOs that were combined into a Multi-SCO using the Multi-SCORM Packager tool that ships with Captivate.