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From James Carman <ja...@carmanconsulting.com>
Subject Re: [Validator] Unable to validate an IBAN with IbanCheckDigit.isValid(ibanNbr)
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2013 13:18:11 GMT
No embarrassment necessary.  The fact that you asked the question might let
other folks know that IBANs are supported.  It's all about community.
 Questions/discussions always welcome!

On Friday, February 1, 2013, Pim wrote:

> This is embarrassing.
> It indeed works.
>
> I'm sorry I've taken up time.
>
> kind regards,
> Pim.
>
> sebb schreef op 2013-02-01 13:24:
>
> On 1 February 2013 11:53, Pim <Pims.Post@xs4all.nl> wrote:
>
> Hi Sebb,
>
> I totally agree with you.
> Now the bank account number was made up because didn't want my number in a
> publc list.
> However here is a real one: DE46310601810088194012
>
> Which I checked on the site : http://www.ibancalculator.com/
> The number is validated as valid. On all specifications.
>
> However when i validate using the commons isvalid it returns false.
>
> IBANCheckDigit  IbanCheckDigit = new  IBANCheckDigit();
> boolean isIbanCheckOK = IbanCheckDigit.isValid("**
> DE46310601810088194012");
> Any ideas why the commons validation return false?
>
>
> Works OK for me with the code in trunk.
>
>  Pim
>
> sebb schreef op 2013-02-01 12:04:
>
>  On 1 February 2013 10:23, Pim <Pims.Post@xs4all.nl> wrote:
>
>
> Hi Julien,
>
> Maybe there are different definitions of IBAN:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/**International_Bank_Account_**Number<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Bank_Account_Number>
> Given examples are:
> Country IBAN formatting example
> Greece GR16 0110 1250 0000 0001 2300 695
> United Kingdom GB29 NWBK 6016 1331 9268 19
> Saudi Arabia SA03 8000 0000 6080 1016 7519
> Switzerland CH93 0076 2011 6238 5295 7
> Israel IL62 0108 0000 0009 9999 999
>
>
> Which is similar to the option I tested as //NL80RABO0001234567
> Where
> NL the country code is
> 80 the check digit is
>
>
>
> Are you sure that is the correct check digit?
>
>  RABO is the associated bank. In this case (Rabobank which is a dutch
> bank)
> 0001234567 The actual bank account number.
>
>
>
> That looks like a made-up number.
>
>  The other number versions in the list are the semy translated version.
> 271011240310716969232100
> 27101124 -> RABO as char position in alphabet + 9
> 0310716969 -> unchanged bank account number
> 2321 -> NL as char position in alphabet + 9
> 00 -> Is the check digit 80 but set to 00 for validation as mentioned in
> the
> java class.
>
>
>
> No, the check digits need to be set to 00 in order to calculate them,
> not for validation.
>
> Either use:
>
> IBANCheckDigit.IBAN_CHECK_**DIGIT.isValid("**NL80RABO0001234567"); // =>
> false
> or
> IBANCheckDigit.IBAN_CHECK_**DIGIT.calculate("**NL00RABO0001234567");
>
>  Since I have tried several option and non seem to work. I'm confused what
> the actual input should be.
>
> Pim
>
>
>
> Julien Wajsberg schreef op 2013-02-01 11:00:
>
>  Hi,
>
> You may be confused as these numbers do not look like IBAN at all.
>
> An IBAN is a normalized bank account number in use in European
> countries.
>
> For more information you can look the Wikipedia page at
> http://fr.m.wikipedia.org/**wiki/ISO_13616<http://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_13616>
>
> Regards,
> --
> Julien
>  Le 1 févr. 2013 10:51, "Pim" <Pims.Post@xs4all.nl> a écrit :
>
>  Hello,
>
> I'm looking for some advice on how to use the IBAN validation.
>
> So far I have coded this:
>                 //INGB0001234567NL
>                 //NL80RABO0001234567
>                 //271011240001234567232100
>                 String ibanNbr = "271011240310716969232100";
> IBANCheckDigit  IbanCheckDigit = new  IBANCheckDigit();
> boolean isIbanCheckOK = IbanCheckDigit.isValid(****ibanNbr);
>
> But all call have come back false. Even when I enter a valid IBAN
> number.
> I confused what it needs to propery validate an IBAN number. I presume
> this should work : INGB0001234567NL
> As this is the business format of a IBAN number.
>
> Any
>
>

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