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From "Sebb (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (VALIDATOR-404) Support Maestro, Solo and Switch cards
Date Sun, 12 Feb 2017 23:10:42 GMT

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Sebb commented on VALIDATOR-404:
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The upcoming release will have methods to create generic validators that validate syntax and
check digit but not the IIN ranges:

public static CreditCardValidator genericCreditCardValidator(...)

> Support Maestro, Solo and Switch cards
> --------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: VALIDATOR-404
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/VALIDATOR-404
>             Project: Commons Validator
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: CreditCard
>            Reporter: Tanya
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: payment, validation, validator
>
> Maestro, Solo and Switch card types are popular services owned by Mastercard.
> Would be nice to add validators for those cards into the apache validator framework.
> Example of cards:
> {quote}
> Maestro/Solo - 6759560045005727054
> Mastercard/Maestro/Switch - 5641821000010028
> {quote}
> Suggested regex:
> {code}
> private static final RegexValidator MAESTRO_REGEX =
>             new RegexValidator(new String[] {
>                     // Maestro
>                     "^(5018|5020|5038|6304|6759|6761|6763)[0-9]{8,15}$",
>                     // Solo
>                     "^(6334|6767)[0-9]{12}$", "^((6334|6767)[0-9]{14})$", "^((6334|6767)[0-9]{15})$",
>                     // Switch Card
>                     "^(4903|4905|4911|4936|6333|6759)[0-9]{12}$", "^(4903|4905|4911|4936|6333|6759)[0-9]{14}$",
>                     "^(4903|4905|4911|4936|6333|6759)[0-9]{15}$", "^(564182[0-9]{10})$",
"^(564182[0-9]{12})$",
>                     "^(564182[0-9]{13})$", "^(633110[0-9]{10})$", "^(633110[0-9]{12})$",
"^(633110[0-9]{13})$"
>             });
> {code}



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