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That link looks more like an issue with the Xerte implementation of LTI 
than a problem at the Learn 9 end.

Stephen

On 14/11/17 15:35, Smith, John wrote:
> Here's a link 
> http://www.xerte.org.uk/index.php?option=com_kunena&view=topic&catid=10&id=1403&Itemid=759&lang=en#4796 
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> 
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> *From:* WebPA <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Tom Salyers 
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> *Sent:* 14 November 2017 15:32
> *To:* [log in to unmask]
> *Subject:* Re: Blackboard integration
> I'll have to check with my coworkers, but I think no one is entirely 
> sure when it stopped working properly, unfortunately--I get the 
> impression WebPA wasn't heavily used (if it was used at all) over the 
> summer. I'll try updating the building block and I'll let you know what 
> happens.
> 
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> Tom Salyers
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> On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 3:23 PM, Stephen P Vickers 
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>     I see no reason why it should not be working with that version of
>     Learn 9.  Have you seen it working since upgrading to Q2 2017? 
>     However, the version of the building block is now 2.5 years old, I
>     would recommend that you try updating this to see if that has any
>     effect.
> 
>     Stephen
> 
>     On 14/11/17 15:14, Tom Salyers wrote:
> 
>         Installation details in Blackboard says we're running
>         3200.0.2-rel.37+f07d42b, and the BasicLTI building block version
>         is 3.1.0.
> 
>         --
>         Tom Salyers
>         VLE Developer
> 
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>         On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 3:10 PM, Stephen P Vickers
>         <[log in to unmask]
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>              What version of Learn 9 are you running and what version of the
>              BasicLTI building block is installed?
> 
>              Stephen
> 
>              On 14/11/17 15:08, Tom Salyers wrote:
> 
>                  Hi, Stephen.
> 
>                  I know we had an upgrade back in mid-August, but I'll
>         have to
>                  check to see if we've had any subsequent updates. We're
>         using
>                  the BasicLTI building block, and as far as I can tell,
>         all of
>                  the connections to the other tools are working all
>         right with
>                  the exception of two--a second one to WebPA we've set
>         up for
>                  testing (which doesn't work at all), and a link to Xerte.
>                  (Incidentally, the Xerte link is exhibiting some of the
>         same
>                  persistent-link, one-entry-per-course behavior. I don't
>         know if
>         there's some connection between the tw
>         <https://maps.google.com/?q=there's+some+connection+between+the+tw&entry=gmail&source=g>o
>         problems.)
> 
>                  --
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> 
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>                  On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 3:02 PM, Stephen P Vickers
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>                  <mailto:[log in to unmask]
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>                       This sounds like very odd behaviour.
> 
>                       Has your Learn server been updated recently?  Are
>         you using the
>                       BasicLTI building block to connect to WebPA, or
>         the core LTI
>                       functionality in Learn 9, or something else?  Are
>         all other LTI
>                       connections configured in the same way working?
> 
>                       Stephen
> 
> 
>                       On 14/11/17 14:48, Tom Salyers wrote:
> 
>                           Hello, all.
> 
>                           We've got an odd problem with our WebPA
>         installation, or
>                           possibly with the way our Blackboard system is
>         talking
>                  to it,
>                           and I hope someone can give me an idea of
>         what's going on.
> 
>                           After working normally for a while, recently
>         (within
>                  the last
>                           five to six months) WebPA has started behaving
>                  unexpectly. You
>                           can still create a form and assessment and
>         link to them
>                  from a
>                           course in Blackboard, but then:
> 
>                           - Any subsequent WebPA entries created in that
>         course
>                  will point
>                           to the same assessment as the previous one.
> 
>                           - Any changes in one entry will be reflected
>         in the
>                  other(s).
> 
>                           - Only one column will be created in the grade
>         centre,
>                           regardless of how many WebPA entries are on
>         the course.
> 
>                  This is just an educated specul
>         <https://maps.google.com/?q=%C2%A0+%C2%A0+%C2%A0+%C2%A0+This+is+just+an+educated+specul&entry=gmail&source=g>ation--I'm
>         new to WebPA, and
>                           new-ish to Blackboard--but it sounds as if an
>         initial
>                  database
>                           record is being created when the first WebPA
>         link is
>                  created,
>                           and then every link after that points to the
>         same record.
> 
>                           I could be wrong, of course. Has anyone had a
>         similar
>                  problem,
>                           or have any insight to what might be going on?
>         Thanks
>                  in advance.
> 
>                           --
>                           Tom Salyers
>                           VLE Developer
> 
>                           The University of Sheffield
>                           Corporate Information & Computing Services (CiCS)
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>                           Sheffield, S10 2FN
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