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Pre-purchasing question.

I want to know if the following questions are yes..

1. can i create a crossword or puzzle exam in the applications? 2. can i allow the student to upload their video project in the application? 3. Can i create an exams which demands the students to write essay

I am ready to buy now kindly answer me these questions..

and by the way i have tried all the login details you have provided for the demo none of them works. please check it so i will try the demo. cheers.

Hello, Checked today and all demo logins are working. Please try again. None of the three requirements can be fulfilled by the script as of now.

Hello, I want to know if: 1. I can customize this system 2. I can generate certificates from the system 3. I can add a payment gateway on the system

Hello, 1. Yes the script can be customized 2. As of now a certificate is generated only when the student passes an exam. 3. This feature does not exist as of now. You’ll have to customize the script.

I have a bank of questions with about 4000 with 3 answers, of which 1 is correct. Can it work with your system? Can they be imported correctly? I would like to categorize them, show them by categories. There´s Documentation for this system?

Inboxed you my answers.

i am not able to import the database showing this error – Error SQL query:

— —Current Database: `oes`


MySQL said: Documentation

1044 – Access denied for user ‘cpses_ex7HjZXQTX’@’localhost’ to database ‘oes’

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hi..please i need urgent help wit this..i am getting error

Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_connect() in C:\xampp\htdocs\OESV2-wihMySQL\mysql_connection.php:6 Stack trace: #0 C:\xampp\htdocs\OESV2-wihMySQL\index.php(3): include() #1 {main} thrown in C:\xampp\htdocs\OESV2-wihMySQL\mysql_connection.php on line 6

I’ll have to look at your running code to find the issue. Can you please be on team viewer between 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM IST? If yes, we’ll decide the day and proceed to check.

When student is giving full exam of 90 minutes and system time counter stop than student get logout of id and again the student is getting login they cant able to see their performance result. How it get solved.

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If you are using a different operating system and/or control panel, you can find the location of your php.ini file by running the following from your command line:

php -i | grep php.ini There are two variables within your php.ini file that are responsible for managing user file uploads.

post_max_size This variable determines the maximum amount of data that PHP will accept in a single form submission using the POST method. Its default value is 8 MB, as shown below: post_max_size = 8M upload_max_filesize This variable limits the size of an individual file uploaded to your site. Its default value is 2 MB, as shown below: upload_max_filesize = 2M An increase in the value of these variables expands user file upload limits.

Note: After making changes to php.ini, you must perform an httpd restart for them to take effect. This is accomplished by running the following from your command line:

/etc/init.d/httpd restart

The solution which you provide for the issue is discuss by our service provider and the revert we get back from them is mention in above message

Also as per telephonic conversation with you we have given the test for 90 minutes again so that system finish the test but it haven’t get rectified. We have given you all details so if needed kindly provide that path location where you are saying to locate.

When I checked last, I could not find the php.ini file in the location mentioned. Now, when I again try to log in to the CPanel, I am unable to do so as the login credentials I have do not support me to log in to the panel.