With this new enhancements and the fact that someone asked about it on the Epicor mailing list I decided to throw together this short tutorial on how to get it working in Epicor. NET supports the JSON Schema standard via the Json Schema and Json Validating Reader classes. To skip the overhead of loading JSON into a JObject/JArray, validating the JSON, and then deserializing the JSON into a class, Json Validating Reader can be used with Json Serializer to validate JSON while the object is being deserialized.It validates RSS feeds against the rules defined in the RSS 2.0 specification.It also validates elements of commonly used namespaces: For Atom feeds, it validates against RFC 4287, which describes version 1.0 of the Atom feed format.The method will return a boolean value indicating whether the validation succeeded or not.If not, you may get the error messages from the yii\base\Model::$errors property.For example, the number validator supports too Big and too Small to describe the validation failure when the value being validated is too big and too small, respectively.You may configure these error messages like configuring other properties of validators in a validation rule.
So, if the user enters ‘01234’ we should see an error message that would instruct the user about what type of data is valid for this field.
A few years ago I wrote an HTML Editor control that can be used with the . Until recently it lay in obscurity being used from time to time by my and a few other people that found it online.
Recently Joshua from Perficiency Development made some enhancements to it when he was trying to get it to work with Epicor.
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Despite its relatively simple nature, RSS is poorly implemented by many tools.