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RWD uPERFORM result assessment mode

Former Member
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Hello everyone!

When running sumilation in RWD uPerform (v 4.0) on the assessment mode, Ii see the result.

Anybody help me how can I get this result and save it to file or database without connect to the server?

Thanks

Edited by: Guille on Oct 31, 2011 7:20 PM

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Former Member
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Hi Guille,

Please note that those assesments of both Simulation and Course

basically exist for Learning Management System (LMS) collecting student

test resutls.

If you need to collect assessment results without LMS, you may need to

create an Active Server Page (ASP) or Java Server Page (JSP) on a web

server to receive the output for subsequent storage. Any technology that

accepts the form Post method using HTTP can be used to handle the

output.

Also you may need specify the URI to send the assessment result on

uPerform template.

For Simulation assessment:

1. From the SPP Client (uPerform Client), open the new template.

2. Click Publications on the status bar.

3. Select Simulation under Default Publication Settings in the task

pane.

4. Select Simulation LMS Settings from the drop-down-list.

5. Deselect Createa Package check box

6. Specify your Assessment URI page in Assessment URI filed

For Course assessment:

1. From the SPP Client (uPerform Client), open the new template.

2. Click Publications on the status bar.

3. Select Course under Default Publication Settings in the task pane.

4. Select Course LMS Settings from the drop-down-list.

5. Deselect Createa Package check box

6. Specify your Assessment URI page in Assessment URI filed

Hope this helps,

Kind regards,

Matthew

Former Member
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Thanks, Matthew.

   I can't check your answer trying to solve the problem because since novembre 2011 I had no more  RWD uPERFORM software at work and not even in house. I wish to have it in my own personal use, but I have not it.

  Best regards,

Guille