Try replacing the launch URL with http://ltiapps.net/test/tp.php to see
if it is the Blackboard or WebPA end which is causing the problem. I
suspect it is something to do with the way you have configured it in
Blackboard. Are you using the core LTI functionality in Learn 9 or the
BasicLTI Building Block? Have you set up the key and secret at the
system (domain) level or entered them with the launch URL within a
course? Are you using an LTI tool placement? My suggestion (when it is
not working) would be to start simple and enter all the details within
the content item in the course.
On 19/02/2014 08:22, Tim Galling wrote:
> Hi all,
> Iím trying to setup the WebPA LTI with Blackboard v 9.1.120113.0 but am
> running into a problem.
> We have a local installation of WebPA on which the LTI part has been
> setup. I have generated the key and secret settings and used these to
> setup an LTI Tool within Blackboard (sys admin panel) although I think I
> have an incorrect LTI Tool Provider url.
> Iíve tried [our webpa server]/mod/lti/index.php but just get the
> following text when trying to access the webPA tool from a course:
> When accessing our WebPA portal separately it does look like the my
> Blackboard staff account details have been sent to webPA from Blackboard
> despite not displaying the webPA portal page.
> Any help would much appreciated.
> Kind regards,
> *Tim Galling*
> *Learning Technologist*
> Bournemouth University
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