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I am trying to test a SCORM 2004 program. However, everytime I import a course package, I get the following parser warning:

... this manifest is most likely compatible with the SCORM 1.2 standard, however there is a resource...

I have also tried importing one of the LMS Test Packages from the SCORM.2004.4ED test suite that I downloaded from ADL and I get the same message.

Can you tell me how I can be sure I am running a course as a SCORM 2004 course?

 

 

Two things to check for are:

1.  In the manifest section of the imsmanifest file, you should see a '<schemaversion>' ...here are the options:


<schemaversion>1.2</schemaversion> - SCORM 1.2


<schemaversion>CAM 1.3</schemaversion> - SCORM 2004


<schemaversion>SCORM 2004 3rd Edition</schemaversion> - SCORM 2004

2.  In the resources section of the ismanifest, you should see the 'adlcp:scormType="sco"'...

If the 'T' in scormtype is upper case, it means that the course is SCORM 2004...

If it is lower case, it means it is SCORM 1.2

If both of these items are how they should be, then it may be another element that is out of place. If you continue to have issues, please feel free to send me the package at support@rusticisoftware.com and I will look at it.

Thank you,

Joe Donnelly
Customer Support

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    David Golus

    Which edition of SCORM 2004 is <schemaversion>CAM 1.3</schemaversion> compatible with?

    Thanks!

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    Joe Donnelly

    Hey David,

    Thank you for your message.  That will be SCORM 2004 3rd Edition.

    Shoot me an email at support@scorm.com if you have any other questions!

    Thank you,

    Joe

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