And here I figured out that order of properties does matter.
So, to conclude, for automatic validation of your documents use the validation class provided.
Following pictorial shows in which field, what validation we want to impose.
How would we set those validations We will create Java Script functions (one for each input field whose value is to validate) which check whether a value submitted by user passes the validation.
(if you’ve done some Open Xml, you’ll know what I’m talking about! I thought there should be a better way to validate documents, and there was! Strange, but at least I know exactly where to look for the problem!Right on the page where I took my documentation from, there was a link to a page that talked about document validation! Here it is for your consideration: out that Open Xml library has a There are 1 validation errors with document Description: The element has unexpected child element ' Fonts'. But to be honest, my validator test is not how I found out about the order-preference for the validator.That was an Open-Source project Open XML Package Explorer.My last 11 questions were left with no answers for one or another reason. My question about debugging process during Open Xml development was left unnoticed. My current task involves generating a MS Word document from C#. Many times after writing a Word file, I try to open it and see this message: This is really frustrating. But this is rendered perfectly fine if you open in MS Word.The error message sometimes gives you a column inside of the xml file to look at, but does not say what exactly is wrong with the document. The issue here that validator has a specified order of the properties in which they must be provided.Flowchart: Here is the entire Java Script used for validation of the form.function form Validation() function userid_validation(uid,mx,my) function passid_validation(passid,mx,my) function all Letter(uname) function alphanumeric(uadd) function countryselect(ucountry) function allnumeric(uzip) function Validate Email(uemail) function validsex(umsex,ufsex) Flowchart: file_download Download the validation code from here.Support Protocols The following list shows the protocols supported by the Instream activity: Check this checkbox to validate the EDI data that has no enveloping (EDI does not have ISA or GS enveloping).When the incoming EDI data contains ISA or GS enveloping, the enveloping will be ignored if you check this checkbox. Browse to an existing Java Class using the Type selection dialog.If selected, you must also enter Document Level Validation Separators on the Input Specify a Java Class. See Instream Call Back for more complete information on Enabling Callbacks.Check this checkbox to place inserted segments after the segment containing a Generate FSUID or Insert Segment business rule.