Value of cmi.core.score.raw

Hi Everybody,

we have an issue with the „cmi.core.score.raw“.

In every test on the LMS (SCORM 1.2), the variable contains the absolute value in relation to the maximum number of points.
So if the learner got 2 correct answers till the 3rd question, the value is 20.

With one single test it is different…. the variable contains the relative value to the questions answered so far, so if he has 2 correct answers till the 3rd question, the value is 66.66, a correct answer in the first Questions brings out the value 100.

All export attributes are the same, all scores are the same, the result slides have the same settings  ... Is there any setting in Storyline that I failed to see or activated by mistake?

The two Scorm debug-logs Start settings

  • The correct Tests:          

LMSSetValue('cmi.core.score.raw', '0')

LMSSetValue('cmi.core.score.max', '100') returned 'true' in 0 seconds

LMSSetValue('cmi.core.score.min', '0') returned 'true' in 0 seconds

 

  • The wrong Test:             

LMSSetValue('cmi.core.score.raw', '100')

LMSSetValue('cmi.core.score.max', '100') returned 'true' in 0 seconds

LMSSetValue('cmi.core.score.min', '0') returned 'true' in 0 seconds

Thank you in advance

5 Replies
Astrid Mundschau

Hi Beth,

sorry, not really good news....

there is no reason for the error....probably it is a corrupt file.

We always have the same base for the quiz files and this was the only file affected by this behavior. The file may have some kind of corruption, as seen when they import it to a new file it also affects the published output.
At the beginning (4 Years ago) there were problems when we exported the files to a network drive. We always had to export to the local hard disk first and then move this export-file to the network-share. Maybe this file was one of the first and something was destroyed.
I created the file from scratch and now everything is working fine.

Here is a link, how to prevent corrupting:

https://community.articulate.com/articles/follow-these-tips-to-reduce-your-risk-of-corrupting-or-losing-project-files

I hope it's not that bad for you.

Katie Riggio

Hello Beth,

Thanks for coming back with an update and tip, Astrid!

Like Astrid shared, we had trouble recreating the experience. In the debug log from a sample course, the cmi.core.score.raw would increment when the question was answered correctly, so we determined the affected file was corrupt.

We're happy to review your file to see what's happening there. Use this link to upload it privately: