[Xerte] Re: Import an Exported Xerte File into XOT
J.J.Smith at gcu.ac.uk
Tue Jul 30 10:14:55 BST 2013
Select the "Workspace" and click Properties then Import tab
School of Health & Life Sciences
Glasgow Caledonian University
From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Adam Read
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 10:11 AM
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Subject: [Xerte] Import an Exported Xerte File into XOT
I've scanned the Xerte list and although I can find some reference to this I can't make sense of the processes documented.
We're running XOT (not the most recent version) which has HTML5 support.
Students have created Xerte objects using the standard Nottingham template, and they've exported Zip versions. We now need to re-import these Xerte objects back in to XOT so they can be edited, and then linked to using the HTML5 URL.
How do I re-import a downloaded ZIP? I can't see an import via the Management.php section, and importing a zip under Properties > Media > Import gives me a invalid filetype error.
Adam Read BA (Hons) PG Cert ODE (Open)
Senior e-Learning Technologist
University of St Mark & St John
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