>> Correct, we need to store "passage" information somewhere. However,
>> there is no "authorization" as such. And "passed" in this case doesn't
>> even mean "successfully passed" - only that a person studied the object
>> to fullest extent possible. If they failed it - they have a right to
>> vote it as
>> extra-difficult unreasonable piece of crap, should they chose to do so.
> The same UMO can belong to different courses or different UMOs within the
> same course.
> I have couple of questions:
> 1. Once user "studied" UMO in Course A, does it mean that he "passed" this
> UMO in Course B without "studying" it too?
> 2. Once user "studied" UMO in Topic C that belongs to Course A, does it
> mean that he "passed" this UMO in Topic D in the same Course A without
> "studying" it?
Although I don't see a point in doing this, there is nothing preventing
course creator from including same UMO in multiple topics, so I'll say
yes, single UMO only needs to be passed once.
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