Adds SCORM support to the Elefant CMS

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1.0.0 2013-05-06 21:06 UTC

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Adds SCORM module support to the Elefant CMS.

Status: Beta

Needs additional conformance testing, but the core functionality works.

Install modules by uploading zip files through the Tools > SCORM area. Embed SCORM modules into any page through the Dynamic Objects button in the page editor. SCORM data is saved to the database and available via the scorm\Data model.

Compatible with SCORM 1.2 and 2004 API versions.

Data Integration

You can integrate the saved SCORM data into your own applications in one of two ways:

Accessing the SCORM data store

To access the SCORM data directly, use the scorm\Data class like this:


// Get a single value
$value = scorm\Data::get_value ($module, $user_id, $key);

// Get all values for a particular user and module
$values = scorm\Data::get_values ($module, $user_id);

Receiving SCORM commit notifications

To "hook" your own application into the SCORM commit action on the server-side, first create a handler in your app that will be called via Elefant's hooks mechanism. Here is an outline of a handler to begin with:


 * Receives SCORM commits as a notification with the following
 * $data parameters:
 * - module: The name of the SCORM module
 * - data: An array of key/value pairs of SCORM values
 * Note that you can retrieve the current user via User::val('id').
 * For a list of SCORM values, visit:
 * http://scorm.com/scorm-explained/technical-scorm/run-time/run-time-reference/

if (! $this->internal) {
	die ('Must be called by another handler');

// Add your handling logic here


Next, specify the hook by editing Elefant's conf/config.php file to add the following line to the [Hooks] section:

scorm/commit[] = myapp/myhandler

Note that you would change myapp/myhandler to the real name of your app and handler script. This script will now be called every time a SCORM Commit() action is sent to the server.