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What should I put in document.domain to test it with your website? And when I View Current imsmanifest.xml why it is showing this code?

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
- <rsp stat="fail">
<err code="2" msg="File with path imsmanifest.xml not found for course with id [7722dca9-d425-44e7-af5a-58dffbd9f560]" />
</rsp>

Thanks for all your help!
Harish

Hey Harish,

Let me check on this one for you. I get this one every so often. I normally just try to re-import the course and it goes away, but I will check with one of the developers to see if there is a more detailed description of why this happened.

Thank you,

Joe

Thanks so much Joe!

- Harish

 

 

On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 3:25 PM, David Ells wrote:

Based on what I have seen in the logs, it looks like this error may be coming up when the assets in the course zip are not at the root of the zip file (i.e. the manifest is under something like files/imsmanifest.xml instead of imsmanifest.xml). The engine is nice enough to both import and launch a course who has an 'extra folder' like that, but when SCORM Cloud wants to get the manifest, it simply asks for imsmanifest.xml, and so those courses with the extra folder will report that there is no file with that name (since the manifest would actually be at files/imsmanfiest.xml). There is most likely a good server side fix to this issue, which is to remove those extra folders at import time, but in the meantime, it will work just as well to manually remove that folder from the zip before importing it, by unzipping the course and zipping it back up so that the imsmanifest.xml file (and all the course files and folders) are at the root of the zip file. I've taken note to look into the server side fix when I get the chance. Let me know if you have any other questions.

David

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