[Xerte] Re: Manual retrieval of the contents of a module?

Tom Reijnders reijnders at tor.nl
Mon Sep 9 12:41:39 BST 2013


There is probably a character somewhere that invalidates the xml. Could 
you please send the export package to me (reijnders at tor.nl), or the 
list and I'll see if I can fix it. I only need the .xml file of the package.


Op 9-9-2013 13:33, Javier Escudero schreef:
> Hi there,
> I have recently been using xerte to develop on-line contents for people
> with Parkinson's disease in the context of a small EU initiative. Some
> of the consortium members team have been adapting the content of the
> modules to the reality of different nationalities.
> One of the members is having problems with one of their modules. On
> their workspace, the object can be edited (the "Edit" button works and,
> apparently, its properties can be revised and changed) but when trying
> to Preview the content, an empty window appears. I have also tried to
> Export the contents of the module but it is not working either. So, the
> content seems to be there (in the Edit window) but we cannot access it.
> I know it is a long shot but, please, could anybody suggest what the
> problem might be? Would there be any way to "manually" retrieve the
> contents of the module and then to re-import them?
> I can provide additional details if needed.
> Many thanks for reading this!
> Best wishes,
> -- 
> Javier Escudero, PhD
> Signal Processing and Multimedia Communications Research Group (SPMC)
> School of Computing and Mathematics
> Plymouth University
> PL4 8AA - UK
> http://goo.gl/pZnpu
> +44(0)1752-586295
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