Setting the SCORM Status to Success by Conditions
The "SCORM Set Success" feature can be used by triggering "Action", "Conditional Action" elements or the elements with the onStart, onEnd, onClick and onComplete properties.
Note: If the "SCORM Set Completed" feature is used alone, if it is not used with "SCORM Set Success", only the video completed information will be transmitted to the LMS. The successful completion of the video will not be transmitted to the LMS.
However, when any of the "SCORM Set Success" or "SCORM Set Failed" features are used alone, the system also transmits the "SCORM Set Completed" information to the LMS. Because completing a video successfully or unsuccessfully means that the video is complete regardless of the outcome.
Let's look at the use of "SCORM Set Success" with examples. For example;
Assume that viewers who have reached the 20th second of our video will have successfully completed the video. I add my "Action" tool to the 20th second of my layer as in the attached image.
1- I select the "SCORM Set Success" feature.
As soon as the viewer reaches the 20th Second of the video, LMS will go to the information that the viewer has completed the video as "successful".
Let's take a look at how we can transmit the "successfully completed" video viewing to LMS when a button is clicked with the "SCORM Set Success" feature. For this example, we will use the "onClick" feature in the elements.
Note: “SCORM Set Success” can also be used with onStart, onEnd and onComplete features.
I add a button to my screen. Let it be called "Complete the video successfully".
1- Then I click on my button and select the "SCORM Set Success" action on onClick.
Now, the information of completing the video as "successful" by someone clicking the button will be sent to LMS.
Let's see how we can convey to the LMS that the viewer is successful or failed according to the score data kept in the video with the "SCORM Set Success" feature. For this example, we will use the element "Conditional Action".
1- First of all, I design my interactive project so that I can keep the audience's score data. Click here to examine how you can keep viewers' scores through questions you can add to videos.
2- After completing the first item, I added the "Conditional Process" item to a point I wanted in my video and I would like to send the audience that collected more than 50 points with the SCORM package to the LMS. I create a query as in the screenshot.
3- After saving my Conditional Action element, I click on it and select the "SCORM Set Success" action from the Properties section.
Now, when the viewer reaches the position where I added the Conditional Action element in the video, my query will run and the viewer's score data will be checked, sending the success information to LMS in case of a possible success (score> 50).