LMS Configuration.js file not affecting HTML5 versions
Hello all, my company's custom-built LMS supports the AICC standard. I've been informed by our network team that our courses are logging too much AICC data to our database.
I've configured this line in the configuration.js file in the "lms" folder of the output. The default value was sending data every 60 seconds. I set it to "0" to turn it off.
var FORCED_COMMIT_TIME = "0"; //Used to force CommitData back to the LMS at the desired interval (in milliseconds). Set to 0 (zero) to not force a commit time.
After publishing and uploading to server, I've been using Chrome and IE11's developer tools to monitor the network communication. Both browsers agree that the Flash version of the course does not send this data (as intended), but that HTML5 version of the course CONTINUES to send this data every 60 seconds.
So, does the HTML5 version just completely ignore the configuration.js file? Is there another way to stop this communication for the HTML5 version of the course?