Java-Free and Java-Dependent Content
If your site supports Java-free content, SkillPort Administrator uses icons to differentiate Java-dependent content from Java-free content (for example, and ). Admins can use this functionality to make decisions about whether or not to assign Java-dependent content to learners. This configuration can be applied at the Site, Advanced Group, or Sub-Domain level.
Java-dependent content icons are visible on the following Skillport Administrator pages:
- Users & Groups
- User Management (Catalog Assignment, My Plan Assignment, Enrollments and Waivers)
- Enrollment & Waivers
- Learning Programs
- Keywords > Link Keyword
- License Manager
- Configuration > Completion Criteria
Availability to Learners
Depending on Java-free configuration settings, Java-dependent content is available to learners as follows:
- All Java-dependent content is hidden when learners browse the catalog and search for content. Exception: Java-dependent content has already been assigned to the learner.
Note: To allow learners to complete previously-assigned or accessed content, pre-existing assignments, assets with MY PROGRESS entries, learning program assignments, and bookmarks are not affected by the Java-Free configuration settings.
- Job Aids and SkillBriefs associated with Java-dependent content are still available in the Catalog and via Search&Learn, even when the content itself is not available.
- Java-dependent content is visible to Admins, and may still be assigned and included in a Learning Program.
- If Java content is hidden, learners can still view previously-accessed Java-dependent content in their MY PLAN and MY PROGRESS.
- If Java-dependent content is republished and SkillPort determines that the content is no longer Java-dependent, the content automatically displays to learners.
For more information, see Skillport Content Java-Free Status in the Skillsoft Support Knowledge Base.