The following is the beginning steps into creating your own custom tracking, this will show you how to extract users interactions from Quizmaker, from here you will need to use whatever technology (asp, php etc) to save the information.
I think that this solution is perfect for those who have no other option than to develop their own internal solution, and can not use third party web apps. For those who do not have this restriction, I highly recommend that you use Articulate Online. You can go swimming in JS and Server Side Languages all you want but you're not going to get as complete and detailed reports as Articulate Online can offer you.
Anyways, the solution:
1. Publish a Quiz for a LMS
2. In the main quiz folder remove everything except quiz.html, quiz.swf and the quiz_content folder.
function lms_DoFSCommand(command, args)
alert("command" + command);
alert("args" + args);
5. In quiz.html add this to the header:
You should now get Popups while you use the quiz, this shows you all the quiz interactions. From here you can parse and send this information to a flat file.