The Death of Internet Explorer and Data Limits with Edge and Chrome
Hello Community! Our team is running into an issue and need some help. We have 200+ assessments, all built with the same format: 20 question draw, built so that if they don't pass with 90%, they're allowed a second attempt.
We publish in SCORM 2004, v2 using Storyline 360 because we need to have the question-level data where we can see responses to individual questions. Our IT is migrating away from Internet Explorer and we've identified a big limitation with Edge & Chrome (which are built on the same engine). Unfortunately, we cannot use any other browsers.
Here's the problem: when the course completes, the completion data is transmitted back to our LMS. Internet Explorer did not have any limits on how much data can be sent back. Chrome and Edge both cap that limit at 64,000 kb, which is not much. In our testing, none of our assessments fall under that limit. If we convert to SCORM 1.2, we stay under the limit but lose the question-level data that we need.
Has anyone had this same problem? Any suggestions for workaround or a way to compress the data Storyline is sending back? I've attached an example of the file for reference. Thank you!