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exporting selected quiz's results as a CSV file

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Some succeed, while some fail

I've been having problems with exporting some quizzes as CSV while others work just fine, and wondering if this seemingly "missing reference option" on the problematic quiz might have anything to do with it.

First, here's the error trace:

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PHP NOTICE [8] Undefined offset: 61 in /web20/sources/quiz.php on line 456 (version: 6.1.1, PHP version: 5.2.9, URL: /web20/adminzone/index.php?page=admin_quiz&type=_export) 

Here is the "missing reference option" which does not allow reversing gifted points on those same Quiz, but present on those that work:



Is this coincidental, or part of the same problem?

While on this subject; I was assuming that points would not be given by the system on un-vetted content until approved, or am I missing something I should know?

Thanks for enlightening me on this.
Jean
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Hi,

This should fix it. I think it may have been a question was added subsequently to someone filling the quiz in, and that made it crash due to missing data. Now it inserts blank answers to the CSV as required.

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While on this subject; I was assuming that points would not be given by the system on un-vetted content until approved, or am I missing something I should know?

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Thanks for the patch, Chris! That did fix the problem.:)
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