java jvm and oracle ilearning

Is A Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Required For ILearning Client Machines? (Doc ID 413598.1)

Applies to:

Oracle iLearning - Version: 5.0 and later   [Release: 5 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 20-Dec-2010***


Is it possible to play iLearning courses without JVM and track user performance on the server?


The JVM (Java Virtual Machine) is required for SCORM compliant content to be tracked.
This includes the assessments for those courses.

In iLearning 5.0B (or 5.1), there is a checker built in that will verify the JVM is enabled prior to launching the course where tracking is desired.

So the basic answer to your question is, Yes, JVM must be installed, enabled and functioning on the client machines.
Additional Information:
The checker is built into the CMI adapter, it uses an applet to check which version of java is used because the security model is different between versions.

If java is not installed when the content is played, you will see this error message:

"Error: Java is not enabled. Java is either not installed in your browser or is disabled. You must install and enable Java to use this learning object."

The checker only runs for the CMI adapter.
This means that it automatically runs whenever your content is not on the same machine as your OiL.
If you want to check the right JVM is installed when running the content from the same machine as OiL, you cant register the CMI adapter even for content on the same machine.

The CMI adapter is automatically installed on: /ilearn/en/learner/html/Oracle_CMI_Adapter/Oracle_CMI_Adapter.html"


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