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LSO: Add a new version of the course to the existing course type

Hi,

We have added a new version of the course(e-learning = ET) to the existing course type(D). The issue is that the persons who have already taken the previous version of the course are not able to take part in this new version of the course though they are able to play it. Should the new version of the course have a new course type or is there a solution to this issue? Your sugestions at the earliest are highly appreciated.

Thanks,

Sri

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  • Posted on Mar 17, 2011 at 01:21 PM

    Can you please check the SAP notes 1368851, 1444350 , 1429465.

    The fact is that if the date of booking of a learner and then you subsequently update the content on the SAME DAY

    the new content will be shown to the learner only on the next day. This is the intended behaviour. For learners booked prior to the date of the content update will see the new content on the same day itself.

    If you defined and activated the follow-up process step S G, then the participation will delimited with the confirmation.Learner have to book himself again. If there is a ne version, then he will get the new content.

    Deployment of a new version affect the learners who are in the middle of the course, they will get the information about the new version.

    Could you please check whether you have set the option 'Delimit Participation(G)' for the course follow up? If this is done, once you perform the follow up the participation is delimited. And when you bring in a newer version of the course, the learner can enroll again.

    Hope this helps you.

    Best Regards

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