Could SCORM courses communicate with each other?

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Hello,

I have an issue.

I need to establish exchange/communication between two SCORM courses made in Captivate.

An example:

When a user types a word "holiday" in the course A, the wiord holiday sholud appear on a certain screen/page in course B.

Is ist possible to write a javascript code taking information typed in the course A, storing it in a XML file (or similar) and allowing to retrieve this information by course B? I am running Moodle LMS, so I have an access to the server etc.

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Technically this can't be done in SCORM.

You could use local storage.

If you have access to the server to use server-side scripts, such as PHP, you could write to a JSON object. This way it will persist across browsers and not be deleted if the user clears localStorage.

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Could SCORM courses communicate with each other?

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Hello,

I have an issue.

I need to establish exchange/communication between two SCORM courses made in Captivate.

An example:

When a user types a word "holiday" in the course A, the wiord holiday sholud appear on a certain screen/page in course B.

Is ist possible to write a javascript code taking information typed in the course A, storing it in a XML file (or similar) and allowing to retrieve this information by course B? I am running Moodle LMS, so I have an access to the server etc.

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Correct answer by TLCMediaDesign | Adobe Community Professional

Technically this can't be done in SCORM.

You could use local storage.

If you have access to the server to use server-side scripts, such as PHP, you could write to a JSON object. This way it will persist across browsers and not be deleted if the user clears localStorage.

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Technically this can't be done in SCORM.

You could use local storage.

If you have access to the server to use server-side scripts, such as PHP, you could write to a JSON object. This way it will persist across browsers and not be deleted if the user clears localStorage.

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Hi,

many thanks for your posting.

Could you write this for me on a commercial basis?

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PM'd you.

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Many thanks. I'll come back to you tomorrow.

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