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> How To Import A Test
chemteacher08
Posted: May 25 2009, 11:40 AM




How do I import a test created in word and saved as an xml file?

When I try to import the file, I get the following message:

Gen Chem Weather exam.xml (line 0): is not valid at this location. The root element must be <ExamView>.

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Support LT
Posted: Jun 2 2009, 11:50 AM




You can only import tests and banks via the Import Utility which will only take RTF files. If you have a test or bank that was created in ExamView, then you can import via XML.
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rc2429
Posted: Aug 26 2009, 12:28 AM




Thanks for the info,i am also facing the same issue
Thanks
RC
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Support LT
Posted: Sep 4 2009, 10:00 AM




As stated above, you can no longer export to XML, that feature has been removed from ExamView.
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samuel3132
Posted: Sep 18 2009, 02:31 AM




In order to import a test written in XML to ExamView,You need to start the test file with a <ExamView> tag or <ExamView> element<which is called the root element.This what the error means.
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howard001
Posted: Sep 19 2009, 06:10 AM




You can import a text that you previously exported as XML text from the graphical process builder. The primary reason to use this functionality is to move built and verified processes from a test system to a separate production system.
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odoturgeon
Posted: Oct 5 2009, 10:28 PM




I have the same issue here. Thank you for the info. I'll try it and will post results. :)
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