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2 months 3 weeks ago
Adolfina Bory Palobo
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Joomdle Moodle plugins are available with Moodle and this site.

Which is the reference, the one we should use?

Actually enrol_joomdle does not seem to be available in the Moodle repo, so that complicates things further.
2 months 3 weeks ago
Antonio Durán
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Hi.

Both places should always have the same latest version.
Here you can download full Joomdle package, wich includes all core Joomdle code for Joomla and Moodle, including Joomdle auth and enrol plugins.

In Moodle plugins site, you can download Moodle auth plugin on its own. It's there for 2 reasons:
- Easy of finding when looking at Moodle plugins
- Provide Joomdle automatic upgrades in Moodle

Enrol plugin is not in Moodle plugins site to avoid confussion, and also because it is a very simple plugin, not used much.
2 months 3 weeks ago
Adolfina Bory Palobo
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Hi,

From a web search, enrol_joomdle seems to be only mentioned on Virtuemart pages on your site - for selling courses.

www.joomdle.com/wiki/VirtueMart#Moodle k

Is it only for Virtuemart? What about Hikashop and others?

"Currently Joomdle only supports Paypal (HTML-form based) as a method of payment."

So users cannot purchase by offline bank transfer?
2 months 3 weeks ago
Antonio Durán
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Joomdle enrol plugin in Moodle is only for one thing: show link to course in shop if a non-enroled user tries to access course in Moodle.
Most people don't use it, I think.

> "Currently Joomdle only supports Paypal (HTML-form based) as a method of payment."

Sorry, that was very old comment. I have removed it now. Joomdle should wotk with all payment methods provided by shop component.
2 months 3 weeks ago
Adolfina Bory Palobo
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Hi

"Joomdle enrol plugin in Moodle is only for one thing: show link to course in shop if a non-enroled user tries to access course in Moodle."

So does that work for Hikashop too?
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Antonio Durán
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Yes, it works with all shop components supported by Joomdle.