This weak I’ve started to work with SharePoint Learning Kit (SLK). As it says on the page:
SharePoint Learning Kit is a SCORM 2004 certified e-learning delivery and tracking application built as a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 solution.Памятники
Since we using “SharePoint 2010 Foundation” for our project, I was lucky, that 1.5 version which is compatible with SharePoint 2010, was released this month. I’ve managed to install and try SLK but there still were some problems:
After trying for whole day, couple of hours ago I’ve finally managed to apply updated Lithuanian language pack. I would like to share a complete list of steps I did to accomplish that.
and delete it.
<assembly culture="" name="Microsoft.LearningComponents.resources" version="18.104.22.168" />
change culture=”” to culture=”CULTURE-CODE”, where CULTURE-CODE is 2 chars culture code (for Lithuania it was lt). You also need to change version=”22.214.171.124″ to version=”126.96.36.199″, otherwise you see English strings instead of localized ones after deployment.
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Also, in files DeploySolution.cmd and RetractSolution.cmd replace:
So, that’s it. After doing all the steps above, I’ve managed to localize SharePoint Learning Kit v1.5 running on SharePoint 2010 to Lithuanian language. I guess this is neither the only nor the best way to get that result, but as I’ve said in the beginning of the article, the documentation of SLK is outdated so this is the best result I’ve came up with my small amount of SharePoint knowledge.