[Xerte] Re: Help with import to the latest version of XOT
Pat @ Pgogy
xerte at pgogywebstuff.com
Mon Jul 22 17:27:09 BST 2013
Are you getting any errors on import?
I would guess maybe you've not set the import path?
On 22 Jul 2013, at 16:56, Julian Tenney <Julian.Tenney at nottingham.ac.uk> wrote:
> Do you have ftp access to both file systems on the server? If so it is easier to simply create a new project on the 2.0 server, and then replace the xml files and media folder with the ones in here,
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> Subject: [Xerte] Re: Help with import to the latest version of XOT
> Hi there,
> Attached is a LO (export.zip) from XOT v1.7. I wonder if anyone in the list who has installed the latest version of XOT (v2.0) could try an import this LO into their install for us. We have been trying to find out why LOs exported (neither export.zip nor scorm.zip) from v1.7 cannot be imported back to v2.0.
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