[Xerte] Re: xerte and moodle

Pat Lockley patrick.lockley at googlemail.com
Mon Sep 10 13:56:40 BST 2012

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On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 1:50 PM, Dan Attwood <danattwood at gmail.com> wrote:
> OK I've tracked down the problem i was having last week with xerte
> scorm packages not loading to being a theme issue. I'm using the
> aardvark theme and have found that by using the latest version of this
> theme the package runs. I think this is possibly to do with javascript
> in the theme.
> unfortunently the latest version of the theme is significantly
> different from the theme we launched moodle 2 with it and changing it
> at this  point is likely to cause issues - out of date handouts etc.
> So I have now shifted my efforts back to getting the online tool kits
> - with moodle integration - working again in the hope that i link to
> the scorm modules in that and by pass the theme issues.
> I've copied across the database and xerte files from moodle 1.9 into
> moodle 2 and reset the database.php files as needed.
> however I'm getting a blank page. tacking throught he index page it's
> failing at:
>         $mysql_id=database_connect("index.php database connect
> success","index.php database connect fail");
> I've checked that the password and username are fine by setting up a
> standard 'mysql_connect'
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