2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 15, 2010 7:32 AM by dagda1970

    interfacing with a quiz in asp.net




      I am trying to find a meaningful example of interfacing with a captivate quiz in ASP.NET.


      Can anyone point me to any resources?




        • 1. Re: interfacing with a quiz in asp.net
          Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Hi Paul


          I think we need more clarification on exactly what it is you are trying to do.


          Which situation is it?


          A) You want to present a Captivate Quiz and send Quiz Results to ASP .net for further processing?


          B) You want to display an Active Server Page that contains a Captivate movie.


          Note that I have no clue as to how to help with either situation, but imagine that someone that might know would probably ask the same questions.


          Cheers... Rick


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          • 2. Re: interfacing with a quiz in asp.net
            dagda1970 Level 1



            I have generated a quiz with captivate which from what I can gather has the

            following files of use for me:



               1. quiz.htm

               2. quiz.swf

               3. imsmanifest.xml



            My requirements from captivate are as follows:


               1. Display the quiz within our application.

               2. Store the results of the quiz against the user who is taking the quiz.

                I need to know how to get the results of the quiz

               3. We want to allow the user to suspend the quiz and then resume where

               they left off at a future date.


            This is really not ASP.NET specific as I will make an ajax call to a

            webservice when I know how to interact with captivate.


            Should I put the quiz.htm into an IFrame to view it from the ASP.NET page or

            if not, what is the significance of the html page?


            Can you help me with any of the following?




            Paul Cowan


            Cutting-Edge Solutions (Scotland)