When users launch a course in LMS, a file of "ASP" extension is requested to be downloaded.
Learning Management System
As per Operations team analysis, the root cause is:
The client is calling an ‘.asp’ page which support is based on the type of scripting used in the pages as some types of scripting are not allowed with Linux.
asp is a server side language, much like php (asp actually stands for 'active server pages'). this sounds like it's a problem with the server
either not parsing the pages correctly or not sending the correct mime-type.
We have also checked it, and maybe these (Microsoft) asp.net files are not even supported on Apache by default.
Content vendor needs to change the .asp scripting method. In case further information is required, the Content Integration Guide can be consulted.
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