SCORM 1.2 functions list

06/04/2009 at 10:16 am | Posted in SCORM | 1 Comment
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Here is a list of useful scorm 1.2 functions all in one place.

RTE Data Model Elements
• cmi.core.student_id (read-only)  : Returns a unique alpha-numeric code or identifier that refers to this user of the LMS. This identifier is set by the LMS.

• cmi.core.student_name (read-only)  : Returns the name used for the student on the course roster maintained by the LMS in the format lastName, firstName middleInitial.

• cmi.core.lesson_location (read/write)  : This allows the student return to the SCO at the same place they left off.

• cmi.core.credit (read-only)  : The LMS indicates whether the student is given credit for completing the SCO based on the pass/fail values.

• cmi.core.lesson_status (read/write)  : This is the current course status that can include passed, completed, failed, incomplete, browsed, and not attempted.

• cmi.core.entry (read-only)  : This indicates whether the student has been in the SCO before.  This is set by the LMS.

• cmi.core.score.raw (read/write) : This shows the performance of the student during his last attempt on the SCO.  The manner of scoring can be determined by the SCO creator.

• cmi.core.total_time (read-only) : This is the total accumulated time of all the student’s sessions in this SCO.

• cmi.core.exit (write-only) : How or why the student left the SCO.  It can be set to time-out, logout, suspend, or an empty string.

• cmi.core.session_time (write-only)  : The time from beginning of the session to the end of a single use of the SCO.

• cmi.suspend_data (read/write) : Stores data created by the SCO in the LMS to pass back to the SCO the next time the SCO is run.

• cmi.launch_data (read-only) : The LMS initializes this information using the manifest file.

Additional functions
• Initialize (“”) 
• Terminate (“”) 
• Commit (“”) 
• GetValue (parameter)
• SetValue (parameter, value)
• GetLastError () 
• GetErrorString (errorcode) 
• GetDiagnostics (errorcode)

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  1. Thank you, a person that can write clearly to suit designers, instead of all the programing garbage that others write, including ADL.


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