[Xerte] Re: RLO file extension and HealthStream

Julian Tenney Julian.Tenney at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Nov 2 15:37:18 GMT 2012

The rlo file is a xml file, used by a swf to create the content, so that’s the situation – getting permission for the file format is probably the easiest thing, you could rty renaming it, and making sure the code in the html file passes the new name to the flash movie, that *should* work, but it might not ☺

From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Steve Rauch
Sent: 02 November 2012 15:33
To: xerte at lists.nottingham.ac.uk
Subject: [Xerte] RLO file extension and HealthStream

I downloaded Xerte 2.18  for my desktop and created a short 2-page object to test with HealthStream - the Learning Management System we use at the hospital where I work. HealthStream is a hosted service and only allows certain file extensions - RLO is not one of them.
(their list is on page 7 of this PDF: http://www.healthstream.com/HLCHelp/Administrator/Authoring_Center_Policies_and_Guidelines.pdf)

When I uploaded my files to HealthStream (which is a hosted service) the RLO file was deleted. I can read the rlo with Gvim so I wondered if I could change the extension to something HealthStream accepts - like .txt

Will this work or is the .rlo extension linked from the swf files which the publish process also created.

Depending on how this works I would approach HealthStream about accepting rlo files, but I wanted to test that the Xerte-created class will run at all.

Thank you -

Steve Rauch

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