NET webform that has a file upload control that is tied to a regular expression validator.This validator needs to validate that only certain filetypes should be allowed for upload (jpg,gif,doc,pdf) The current regular expression that does this is: I'm sure you know this, but, in case someone later finds this question who doesn't: This method will only verify the file's extension, not its actual type.You can compile either the latest relase version or the latest development source. How we can check if the resulting pdf files are PDF/A compatibility? It will be also nice to know if some other product like Open-Office produce PDF/A compatibility files.The PDF Association promotes the adoption and implementation of International Standards for PDF technology.It is geared towards developers of PDF solutions; companies that work with PDF in providing output, document management, enterprise content management (ECM) and related applications, interested individuals, and users who want to implement PDF technology in their organizations.Designed to meet the needs of digital preservationists, and supported by leading members of the PDF software developer community, vera PDF is a purpose-built, open source, permissively licensed file-format validator covering all PDF/A parts and conformance levels.
No, JS doesn't support inline modifiers at all.
You can leave out the ^.* as "match anything from the beginning up until this expression at the end" is the same as "match this expression at the end". i:)" just matches nothing, case-insensitively.^ = beginning of string .
You can also embed regular expression options msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/yd1In order to embed the regular expression option to ignore case you need to disable Client Side script (I don't think Java Script support it). i:.(jpg|gif|doc|pdf))$" for a case insensitive match. Then, when you call Is Match() make sure to pass Regex Options. There is no reason to have to list out the variations for casing.
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