13 Replies
Nicole Legault

Hi Bruce!

Welcome to the community! Here's a few links that might help you with the issues you're having:

Hope this helps get you going in the right direction... =) 

Bruce Silver

Hmmm...  Well, the integration is considerably less than advertised by Articulate.  Storyline explicitly claims that the only way to track student progress in LMS with the Articulate Mobile Player (i.e. reporting the quiz results data) is via Tin Can API and they mention LearnDash in particular.  It is disappointing to learn that LearnDash cannot receive these results and the "tracking" is by manually marking the lesson complete in LearnDash.  I wouldn't really call that tracking.

Marc-Olivier Meunier

https://saltbox.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/206741-why-does-wax-lrs-show-urn-dummy-when-using-storyli

Why does Wax LRS show urn:dummy when using Storyline with hard to read statements and reporting?

Known Issue: There is a reporting issue when storing results from Articulate Storyline into Wax LRS. Activity names, descriptions and URIs are not included in the Tin Can Statement so Wax LRS has to assign a "dummy" URI. The reason for this issue is due to Storyline adopting version 0.9 of the Tin Can API where a URI was not required. This causes reports to be unreadable and hard to understand in Wax LRS.

Solution: As soon as Articulate upgrades Storyline with v1.0 this issue will be resolved. Articulate is aware of the issue and has not announced a solution or an estimated time frame for completion/upgrade of Storyline to v1.0 of the Tin Can API. Please contact Articulate Support for more information. 

Ali Shahrazad

Hello everybody, 

We have a temporary fix for so that Storyline can work with Wax LRS and other LMS tools/plugins like LearnDash and Grassblade! You can use this free Storyline converter: http://converter.saltbox.com so that Storyline xAPI (Tin Can) v0.9 packages will now include activity names (no more urn:dummy links in Wax LRS). A few easy steps...

1 - Publish your xAPI Storyline course to a zip file.

2 - Upload your course package (zip file) to the website above.

3 - Wait for an email with a link to the new course. Download it.

4 - Upload your new course package to Grassblade/LearnDash.

This way, the reports in Wax LRS look much better and your Storyline courses now have names (no more urn:dummy links). Please email support@saltbox.com if you have any issues or questions. 

Thank you,

Ali

Daniel Rowles

Hello all - has anybody used the converted with any success? I have tried uploading files a number of times but I am not getting any response emails back. It really would a HUGE deal fro me to get data from my LRS that I could actually do something with.

If the converter isn't reliable is there anything I could add to my Storyline files that would get passed to the LRS?

 

Any help appreciated.

 

Daniel

 

Ali Shahrazad said:

Hello everybody,  

We have a temporary fix for so that Storyline can work with Wax LRS and other LMS tools/plugins like LearnDash and Grassblade! You can use this free Storyline converter: http://converter.saltbox.com so that Storyline xAPI (Tin Can) v0.9 packages will now include activity names (no more urn:dummy links in Wax LRS). A few easy steps...

1 - Publish your xAPI Storyline course to a zip file.

2 - Upload your course package (zip file) to the website above.

3 - Wait for an email with a link to the new course. Download it.

4 - Upload your new course package to Grassblade/LearnDash.

This way, the reports in Wax LRS look much better and your Storyline courses now have names (no more urn:dummy links). Please email support@saltbox.com if you have any issues or questions. 

Thank you,

Ali

Ann Godmere

As the original person posted, I am trying to find out about tracking storyline quiz data. My client has a WordPress site and they want a course developed in Storyline 2. if I upload a storyline 2 course to LearnDash ProPanel, will it be able to track quiz data that is developed in a storyline course? Or do I have to create quizzes in LearnDash? If LearnDash can track the storyline quiz data, do I need additional plug-ins to make this happen?

Also, are there any issues with the playing of storyline 2 courses when they are housed on LearnDash within WordPress, whether the student plays them on a computer or a mobile device? Do the courses stream well?

Thank you!

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Ann,

This thread is a bit older, so as such I'm not sure that folks are still subscribed or what version of Storyline or LearnDash that they may be using. Have you reached out to the LearnDash team to see if they had specifics on how to upload there or any steps to go through? You may also want to reach out to the users here using the "contact me" button on their profiles to see if they're able to share additional information with you.