πŸ†” New format for ARC/APRC number is not accepted--testing and reporting thread

How does it work?
You scan qr-code, then authenticate with fingerprint and website logs you in?

You can either scan a QR code or request the website send you a push notification.

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Filling out forms for blood donation was a bit chaotic. Since I was repeat donor my data was still under my old ID. When they learned about the new ID, they told me just to use the old one.
Later the doc who was making the final check was able to change my data set to the new ID and I had to change it in the paperwork to the new one too. At least the ID number was not rejected by the computer.

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5 posts were merged into an existing topic: Donating blood :drop_of_blood:

The TRA website uses this for validation:

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$.validator.addMethod("checkTWPid", function(value, element) {
	if (!(/^[a-z][0-9]{9}$/i.test(value))) {
		return true;
	} else {
		return jQuery.validator.methods.twid.call(this, value, element);
	}
});

So it should work with new format ARC, AFAICS.

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Useless app?

bananas paid taxes with it

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Useless!

:cry:

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All these client side validators should work with any format since they can just be turned off in your browser :upside_down_face:

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Well that doesn’t mean it’ll work on the server side.