Talk:Remote Learner Adobe Connect Pro Module
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Initially I had some problems understanding this page. I will edit some of the language of this page since it is contributed code. I have crosslinked it to M&P and Adobe Connect (a contributed code block). Best --chris collman 20:07, 8 March 2010 (UTC)
- Hi Chris, I've removed the Adobe Connect link because I don't think the two are related in any way. --Helen Foster 08:00, 9 March 2010 (UTC)
- Well they both are connected to the same Adobe server/program. I thought one was a block the other an activity. Although without using it, I will bow to your experience :)
What version of Moodle was it tested with. This is as important as Adobe Connect server version :)--chris collman 20:13, 8 March 2010 (UTC)
ACP Server Installation additional notes: What are snippits of code and why are they posted on this page? An ACP server is not listed in Wikipedia, what does it stand for "Adobe Code Processor"? Thanks --chris collman 20:20, 8 March 2010 (UTC)
Hellen that is correct there was an Adobe Connect block that was created. This activity module is not related however. Ironically they came out at around the same time. However the integration we did was in partnership with Adobe and it has their blessing.
This activity module was tested with MOODLE_19_STABLE and the Adobe Connect Pro server version that was used was 7.
I posted the snippets of the Adobe Connect Pro server configuration files as there are some additional steps one must follow in order to get the activity module to work properly with their Adobe Connect Pro server. I figured that posting parts of the configuration files would be a useful visual aid as opposed to a verbal explanation only. The idea With the snippets is that the person reading the page will have a means of comparing their configuration files with what was tested with the activity module. -- Akinsaya Iver 15:29, 9 March 2010 (UTC)