Post TinCan statements from HTML5 output to LRS

May 13, 2015

I have published(HTML5 output) my storyline 2 content to post TinCan statements to Learning Locker LRS. Flash output seems to be posting correctly however the HTML5 output does not posting statements to LRS.

Flash output: story.html URL(This works): MmVjZTZkMzZiMDkxNTdmNTNmMDhiMTA5ZmEyNDNmMWE4Y2NiNGNjMjoxMWVkZGRlMTk1YjQ2OGNiZWEzYjU3NGQyNThiYmI4NGUxMjI0YmIz&actor={"name": ["Harsheen"], "mbox": [""], "objectType": ["Agent"]}&registration=2981c910-6445-11e4-9803-0800200c9a66


HTML5 output: story_html5.html URL(This does not work): MmVjZTZkMzZiMDkxNTdmNTNmMDhiMTA5ZmEyNDNmMWE4Y2NiNGNjMjoxMWVkZGRlMTk1YjQ2OGNiZWEzYjU3NGQyNThiYmI4NGUxMjI0YmIz&actor={"name": ["Harsheen"], "mbox": [""], "objectType": ["Agent"]}&registration=2981c910-6445-11e4-9803-0800200c9a66


18 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hi Ravindra! Did you test your output as Christie mentioned above? This would help us to identify if there is an issue with the content or if you need to look to your LMS for assistance.

Be sure that you are sharing and publishing your content as explained here.

Articulate Storyline lets you publish courses for Flash, HTML5, and the Articulate Mobile Player app. To distribute your published content, upload it to your web server or LMS, then link to the story.html file in the published output. Here’s how Storyline determines which version of your content to display when learners view it.
Christie Pollick

Hi, Dann -- It appears that the following is the last reply sent to Brian from our engineer, Jayem, in 11/2015:

"I published your project using your last publish settings, which is already Tin Can API. I viewed the project using an Android device and Google Chrome browser.

I suggest that you test this on your end and let us know the result as well as the browser (and version) you used. 

More details regarding Tin Can API, sometimes called Experience API or xAPI, is found here.

The following white paper provides technical information to help LMS developers implement the Tin Can API to fully support Articulate content. 

And this e-book, provided by, includes technical best practices for Tin Can API developers. I hope this helps. Please feel free to contact us again if you need further assistance." 

Hope that helps and please let us know if you still have questions! 

Ryan Dominguez

Hi Ravindra, I am running into a similar issue.  I know the thread is old now at this point, but do you happen to remember the fix you made to enable Articulate content to communicate in HTML5 as well as flash.  Currently only flash is working with my integration.


As some context:

-Articulate content is hosted on S3

-I am publishing with flash/html5 selected

-LRS being used is SCORM cloud




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