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The purpose of a Learning Records Store (LRS) is to collect data from a range of learning experiences, and is what you will need should you wish to use xAPI to export your data from PageTiger.

An LRS can exist within traditional Learning Management Systems (LMS) or on their own - if your LMS does not have an LRS you will not be able to use this option.

How to configure xAPI

  • Select ‘Documents’ from the main menu.

  • Select ‘Settings’ followed by ‘Analytics’.

  • Select the 'Add' button.

  • Enter a name - for example 'xAPI Reporting - Newsletter'.

Enter a name that is clear recognisable so you know which one you're looking for when you wish to add it to a document.

  • Select the 'Experience API' tab.

  • Select the 'Enabled' checkbox.

Only three pieces of information are needed to configure xAPI. If you are unsure of any of the details please contact your LRS administrator.

  • Enter the 'Endpoint URL' for your LRS service.

  • Enter the 'Username' for your LRS service.

  • Enter the 'Password' for your LRS service.

And that's it! You have now connected to your Experience API and are ready to apply the rule to your PageTiger document.

How to apply to a document

Once you have completed the above steps you can apply the new analytics rule to your PageTiger document and begin reporting.

  • Navigate to a document.

  • Select the ‘Analytics’ tab.

  • Choose the analytics rule required from the drop-down list.

  • Select ‘Save’.

Your document must use a Reader Login or SSO security rule - this is to ensure the visitors identity is known and information about them and their visit can be passed through.

What happens next?

The reporting data for your PageTiger document will be available to you within your LRS.

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