[Xerte] Re: Question about published content and PHP
Pat Lockley (Pgogy)
info at pgogywebstuff.com
Tue Apr 21 12:05:09 BST 2015
Exported content may via APIs and the RSS feed page go back to an
install on a server
On 2015-04-21 11:51, Naveed Hashmi wrote:
> I mean the actual content that is accessible to users, not the
> publishing process.
> I think embedded content needs PHP, i.e. the php player, but content
> exported as SCORM does not. I doubt either need to make calls to the
> database via php.
> On 21 April 2015 at 11:42, Pat Lockley (Pgogy)
> <info at pgogywebstuff.com> wrote:
>> By published - you mean "made public and the published button has
>> been clicked"?
>> Else my last answer is wrong
>> Published by clicking on publish still means the playing on a
>> project uses PHP to decide various things, and in doing so uses the
>> database as well
>> On 2015-04-21 11:36, Naveed Hashmi wrote:
>> A related question, if the database 'crashes', will this affect any
>> published content?
>> On 21 April 2015 at 11:30, Pat Lockley (Pgogy)
>> <info at pgogywebstuff.com> wrote:
>> It shouldn't do, bar the API calls / RSS feeds?
>> On 2015-04-21 11:26, Naveed Hashmi wrote:
>> Newbie question : I assume the published content (HTML5) does not
>> calls to the application server (re: PHP), is this correct?
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