Good afternoon, from Colombia, I would like to know if anyone has script to sql server 2008, in which statistics can be extracted from several of my courses and users to the version Blackboard Learn 9.1.
What kind of statistics are you trying to extract, specifically?
Course Usage-- User, Course, Application, Usage Counts
User, Course Usage Counts Per Day
User, Course Usage Counts Per Hour
Course Main Content Area-- Accesses by Content Area per user
Accesses by Content Area per user By Date
Course Group Usage-- Course Access by Group/User
Course Access by Group by Date
for the moment
You can get most of these statistics from the course statics area of the course in question. Are you looking for something different, or specifically for SQL scripts?
There is a building block called "Project ASTRO" (Advanced Reporting and Tracking) which allows you to gather statics system-wide or for individual courses. You can find out more about it here: http://connections.blackboard.com/posts/3b168675b4
The area of statistics does not offer personalized information, you must have it in sql scripts for customization, and made the request for shipment to the project ASTRO, but you can help me with sql scripts
I'm afraid I don't have SQL worked out to get the statistics you asked about. However, there are a couple of SQL scripts in the "Snippets" section or Project OSCELOT (http://projects.oscelot.org/gf/snippet/?action=SnippetBrowse&id=1) that retrieve some of the stats you're interested in. I would start with those.
Thanks, collaborative construction would be interesting, I can start but I have not yet introjected all layout tables and relationships.
Another question, you have the .war file of ASTRO, or should I wait for the response of the request I made today
You should get the Project ASTRO .war from the authors. It's not something I can give you.
Hello, you confirm me emails where the request is made, because I have more than a week waiting
The emails listed on the Project ASTRO page that I pointed you to on Connections are correct as far as I know. However, I gave you that link on Friday the 24th of September and it's only Monday the 27th, so you have not been waiting for a week, and most of the time you have been waiting is over the weekend when many people are not checking their work emails.
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