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Williamhawk English 0 Williamhawk [Read]
02 December 2017 à 09:27

Williamhawk, Saturday 02 December 2017 à 09:27 | Quote


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Hi,

I'm looking to connect the data stored on my course into the (sandbox demo version of) the Yet LRS. I have never used this kind of thing before, so would be grateful for any help you could provide. In the authoring tool I have the tracking hub and the tkhub xAPI channel handler installed, but I honestly don't know where to start linking everything up together.

I've tried to create a channel, which is what I assumed I was meant to do, but was told I used an invalid URL. I had added the 'xAPI path' of my test data store. And anyway, I don't know what I would do from there.

I'm sorry to give such a vague request for help, but I lack the proper knowledge to move on and ask something specific.

Please help...

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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https://community.adaptlearning.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=2492

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