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DOC and Source Code

Postby allawrence » Nov 1st, '10, 11:49

Since the DOC and Source code do not match, I have been advised by the author to use the source code.

Unfortunately the source/Docs have VERY sparse information when it comes to defining the meaning of the prefixes.

So with that said can anyone define the meaning of V and C and U prefixes and what they expect to be in a field with those prefixes. For example, if the U prefix is used, does the field require a format of aaa.aaa.com OR http://aaa.aaa.com OR will either be allowed?

Hopefully the next version (or a quick update to the existing 'DOC' file) of this software will include COMPLETE explanations/examples of ALL prefixes regardless if it appears 'obvious' to some.

The more info we have in hand the less tie we have to 'guess' and experiment to determine the answer.

Thanks for any assistance,

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Re: DOC and Source Code

Postby administrator » Nov 2nd, '10, 08:00

Thanks, we'll improve the docs in the next version.
Currently, URL check based on whether http://domain.com or www.domain.com format.

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Re: DOC and Source Code

Postby allawrence » Nov 2nd, '10, 11:22

administrator wrote:Thanks, we'll improve the docs in the next version.
Currently, URL check based on whether http://domain.com or http://www.domain.com format.


My original post asked about U and C and V and all that was responded to was the U option...?????

Can I get a full response?

Thanks'

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Re: DOC and Source Code

Postby administrator » Nov 3rd, '10, 11:39

What version you work with?

Look here:
n - numeric, i - integer, f - float,
a - alphabetic, t - text, e - email,
p - password, l - login, y - any (generally used for non-english symbols),
z - zipcode, v - verified, c - checked (for checkboxes),
u - url, s - SSN number, m - telephone
x - template
(for example - name="rxTemplate1" template="(ddd)-ddd-dd-dd", where d - digit, c - character)

Validation fields used when you have 2 same fields: one main and second for validation, like password or email.
In example.html you may see all this prefixes in work.

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Re: DOC and Source Code

Postby allawrence » Nov 3rd, '10, 13:39

administrator wrote:What version you work with?


2.0.2 (assumming this is the current one)

Look here:
n - numeric, i - integer, f - float,
a - alphabetic, t - text, e - email,
p - password, l - login, y - any (generally used for non-english symbols),
z - zipcode, v - verified, c - checked (for checkboxes),
u - url, s - SSN number, m - telephone
x - template
(for example - name="rxTemplate1" template="(ddd)-ddd-dd-dd", where d - digit, c - character)

Validation fields used when you have 2 same fields: one main and second for validation, like password or email.
In example.html you may see all this prefixes in work.


ok, not the easiest 'examples' to understand but I guess that is what we have to work with

So, went to the examples.html and plugged in values for PASSWORD and VALIDATE PASSWORD (purposely not matching) and the popup message refers to the EMAIL ADDRESS, as follows:

"The <EMAIL> is a required field. Please enter a valid >EMAIL>"

And the Email box is colored Orange

Appears to be a bug?

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Re: DOC and Source Code

Postby administrator » Nov 4th, '10, 08:59

Do you mean this example:
Password * (rpPass): [?]
Password (spPass): [?]

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Re: DOC and Source Code

Postby allawrence » Nov 4th, '10, 12:02

administrator wrote:Do you mean this example:
Password * (rpPass): [?]
Password (spPass): [?]


Yes...

Just to be sure I tried it again (for the 4th time) and this time it worked... unbelieveable... this is really bizzarre...

When I ran it the other day it displayed the Email stuff ABOVE the Password stuff... now it is reversed...

Doesn't make sense to me...

Using IE8 if that makes a difference....

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Re: DOC and Source Code

Postby administrator » Nov 4th, '10, 21:29

We'll investigate this issue in the next version (starts to work on it in 1-,5 weeks)

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Re: DOC and Source Code

Postby nawaz » Nov 7th, '14, 08:56

Since the DOC and Source code do not match, I have been advised by the author to use the source code.

Unfortunately the source/Docs have VERY sparse information when it comes to defining the meaning of the prefixes. :D
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