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Posted: Wed May 15, 2013 4:13 pm   Post subject: Feature Request: QuizMaker 7 - Results to server

To aid the not great at coding people (me). Would it be possible to have the new software include the php files needed ot set basic and details reports as well as a basic & details sql file we can import into a DB ready for data.

basically, give use some file within the package to get results to the server working out of the box, but end user can customise them if they have the knowledge.

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Posted: Thu May 16, 2013 8:16 am   Post subject: Re: Feature Request: QuizMaker 7 - Results to server

This webpage describes basic principles of sending Quiz results to a server and also has a link to PHP sample ready for use: ... erver.html
It doesn't save results to an SQL database though. This script saves incoming data into an xml file instead. You can alter this script for your needs but of course, additional development would be required.

For the most use cases of QuizMaker we'd better recommend two another options of saving quiz results:
1. Save quiz as a SCORM learning object and upload it to the Learning Management System (e.g. Moodle). Everything will be done automatically.
2. Use email quiz results. Please make sure that the quiz is located on the Web, and if it's not, it could cause Flash global security issues.

Also as an alternative solution you can use our iSpring Online system which works with iSpring courses just perfectly and provides you with rich reporting options. Publishing to iSpring Online is performed in a one click from your PowerPoint iSpring add-in. It sends more data than a regular SCORM learning object to a typical LMS.

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Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 11:41 am   Post subject: Re: Feature Request: QuizMaker 7 - Results to server

Hi Mikhail,

Thanks for reply, to add more info.

The reason I ask for more to be included in basic package is for those that have problems sending results outside their network. Mainly for data protection reasons.

What would be good, is having a php script that sends as much details as possible into a sql DB, the package could come with a import file to create that DB structure (or sqlite file) and the php script.

Thus removing all the issue of sending data outside the network.

I know things like moodle are another option if hosted within own intranet, but that adds extra level of login and user management.


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