, the scope of the project is to modify the code in a current training programme (the code is the same in all packages) to be Scorm complaint in order for it to work with the Oracle database.
In addition it needs to be able to "bookmark" . The oracle system will only know if the trainee has completed the whole package, as the training has been developed to be modular we want it to be able to send back to the database if a trainee only completes one module and the oracle system will "bookmark" this, so the next time the trainee logs on they will not have to complete this module again.
I have sent to you via "you sent it" the following information so that you can have a look at the scope of the project and provide me with costings for the work.
-Oracle database scrom developers document -An example training package.
-A FLA of the holder document which contains the information to record that the training has been done.
-The HTML page which is currently used for information.
I have included the HTML page which when you open it you will see that I have set modules 1 and 4 as compulsory for this user, you can check this in the programme by hovering over the module buttons at the bottom which show the user if they have to complete these modules or not.
I have taken out the content for each module so you can quickly test how it works without being bored to death by video.
I have also included the fla for the holder (which is the key to this project) and module 5 which is the end module so you can see that each module just writes back to the holder saying that module is completed.
In the holder frame 10 is where all the info you need is stored.
By line it is roughly like this;
Line 28 -53 is where the programme is asking for the compulsory modules.
Line 355 is sending information back.
As a note you will see greyed out bits which as you know are comments but also if there seems odd bits greyed out, its is because we also have the .exe versions which use different commands to get information in and out of system.
Just so you don't get confused!