Category Archives: Training Partner

Training Partner Online–Secure Page Setup

Like most eCommerce systems, Training Partner Online requires Secure Socket Layers (SSL, also called HTTPS) to be setup. Depend on your version of Internet Information Server (IIS), you will need to set it up differently. If you do not have a valid SSL certificate, below are some reference links to create Self-Signed SSL Certificates and […]

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Training Partner Online – Save Online Pages

The Training Partner Online web pages are actually stored in the Training Partner database. The Online Designer allows you to add, update and delete those pages. It also allows you to save a copy to a folder and upload it into another copy of Training Partner Online. Very handy for us developers. To save a […]

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Training Partner Online – Portal Access

Training Partner Online allows you to create different portals for different user audiences. Part of the configuration of a portal is what your users will have access to. Access is controlled by folder of the following inventories: Courses Facilities Equipment Instructors Reports Programs Materials Vendors Skills Job Roles Learning Groups Remote Sites Unless a particular […]

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Training Partner Online – Import SCORM Course

There are a few tricks to get a SCORM course properly loaded and configured to ensure the student’s enrolment is completed when the course is completed. Actually, they are not really tricks but strict adherence to the SCORM standards. Some LMS implementations let your cheat when producing a SCORM course so it is critical that […]

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Training Partner Online – Language Tags

Language tags can be a blessing and a curse. If you are using a single language, it sometimes be labour intensive to update them and you probably don’t see the point of them but for multi-lingual sites, they are a must have. How do you know you have a problem? You will see something like […]

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Training Partner – How to Bill to a Student

Training Partner billing is dependent on how the Address Formats are setup. By default, TP comes with three Address Formats: Billing Address Mailing Address Standard Address Any of the above addresses can be used for invoicing purposes. As can be seen above, the Billing Address is set as the default billing address. This means when […]

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Training Partner – Version Numbers

Those experienced in Training Partner know that the TP Admin Client and the TP database must be in sync. If the TP Admin Client has a version number higher than the database then the user login in to the client will be prompted to update the database. Make sure all installations of the TP Admin […]

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Training Partner – Invoice Print

A Training Partner invoice has a Print button. The question is, what report is associated with that button? The documentation is not clear. Look for the report name “Invoices (Individual)” in your report folders. To find the report: Open your Reports inventory windows Click in the field beside the word Search: Type “Invoices (Individual)” without […]

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Training Partner Online – SCORM page not rendered Error

SCORM relies on Training Partner Online to provide a IFRAME with the LMS SCORM data to communicate properly. Both the IFRAME and the SCORM LMS data must be loaded before the course tries to access the SCORM API. In other words, if TP has not provided the form and data for the course to send […]

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Training Partner – Window 7 64-bit

Recently, a client installed Windows 7 64-bit and could not get Training Partner to connect to the database. He was able to find the following solution: Copy MSVCR71.DLL to C:\Windows\SysWOW64 (this is needed by the next file) Copy NTWDBLIB.DLL to C:\Windows\SysWOW64 I have not tested this personally, I am still on 32-bit Windows 7 and […]

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