cmi.core.session_time and cmi.core.total_time

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Apr 24, 2007 at 10:15 AM
Hi, I'm using SCORM version 1.2 test package.
I setup cmi.core.sessiontime value, perform LMSFinish(""), but the cmi.core.totaltime value remains 0. In database I see the same result - dbo.ActivityAttemptItem.SessionTime is set, but dbo.ActivityAttemptItem.TotalTime is 0.

For SCORM 2004 version cmi.totaltime works fine, but cmi.sessiontime in database always remains 0. This could be low priority.

Anyone else has this problem?
Aug 14, 2007 at 10:53 PM
I too have seen this problem. Is this a bug or has this just not been implemented yet?


kdrkdr wrote:
Hi, I'm using SCORM version 1.2 test package.
I setup cmi.core.sessiontime value, perform LMSFinish(""), but the cmi.core.totaltime value remains 0. In database I see the same result - dbo.ActivityAttemptItem.SessionTime is set, but dbo.ActivityAttemptItem.TotalTime is 0.

For SCORM 2004 version cmi.totaltime works fine, but cmi.sessiontime in database always remains 0. This could be low priority.

Anyone else has this problem?

Coordinator
Nov 5, 2007 at 9:11 PM
Sounds like something that should be added to the issue tracker.


jtoddwalker wrote:
I too have seen this problem. Is this a bug or has this just not been implemented yet?


kdrkdr wrote:
Hi, I'm using SCORM version 1.2 test package.
I setup cmi.core.sessiontime value, perform LMSFinish(""), but the cmi.core.totaltime value remains 0. In database I see the same result - dbo.ActivityAttemptItem.SessionTime is set, but dbo.ActivityAttemptItem.TotalTime is 0.

For SCORM 2004 version cmi.totaltime works fine, but cmi.sessiontime in database always remains 0. This could be low priority.

Anyone else has this problem?