IFSC Code :Test Cases For IFSC Code Field- Banking Application Testing

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Test Cases For IFSC Code Field- How to Test IFSC Code field?

An IFSC code should be 11 digits long as per RBI Rules, the first 4 digits of the IFSC represent the bank and the last 6 characters represent the branch. The 5th character is zero.

Full-Form of IFSC Code: Indian Financial System Code

Format of IFSC Code :
The basic Format of the IFSC code field is given below.

IFSC Code format : SBIN0125620

Here, 
SBIN - Represent Bank Name 
0 - Fifth char zero for all bank
125620 - Represent the Branch.
This is the basic pattern of IFSC code.

Here, Important Test cases for IFSC code field are given...
  • First, verify the IFSC code field by entering the 11 Digit valid code.
  • Verify the field when the user enters four char numeric Values.
  • Verify the field when the user enters fifth char other than zero "0".
  • Verify the field when the user enters the first four char in the Lower case.
  • Check that when the user enters the last six-digit special char.
  • Verify the field by entering the less than 10 digit IFSC code.
  • Verify the field By Entering the more than 10 digit IFSC code.
  • Verify the Field without Entering the IFSC code.
  • Verify the field by entering the only space in the IFSC code field.
  • Check the alert message when the user enters an invalid IFSC code.
  • Check the field when users enter 11 zero as IFSC code.
  • Check that when the user pastes the valid IFSC code in the field.
  • Check that when the user pastes invalid IFSC code in the field.
  • Check that when the user enters a Valid code of another bank.
  • Check that when the user enters the only alphabet value in the field.
  • Check that when the user enters only numeric values.
  • Check that when the user enters special char in the IFSC code field.
  • Check that when the user enters the IFSC code of other branches.
  • Check that when the user enters the IFSC code of the branch that is closed.
Hope !!! The above Test cases of IFSC code are helpful for you..

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How to validate IFSC Code using Regular Expression?

IFSC Code format : SBIN0125620

IFSC code should be -
  • 11 Character long
  • The first four Char should be in the Upper case alphabet.
  • The fifth char should be zero
  • The last six characters are usually numeric, but can also be alphabetic.

Common function to validate IFSC code using Regular Expressions in ASP.Net

HTML:

<asp:TextBox runat="server" ID="txtIFSCCode" />
<asp:Button Text="Validate" runat="server" OnClick="Validate" />

C#:

protected void Validate(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    bool isValid = ValidateIFSCCode(txtIFSCCode.Text.Trim());
    Response.Write(isValid ? "Valid" "Invalid");
}
 
public bool ValidateIFSCCode(string ifscCode)
{
    System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex regx = new System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex("^[A-Za-z]{4}[0-9]{7}$");
    return regx.Matches(ifscCode).Count > 0 ? regx.Matches(ifscCode)[0].Success : false;
}

VB.net:

Protected Sub Validate(ByVal sender As ObjectByVal As EventArgs)
    Dim isValid As Boolean = ValidateIFSCCode(txtIFSCCode.Text.Trim())
    Response.Write(If(isValid, "Valid""Invalid"))
End Sub
 
Public Function ValidateIFSCCode(ByVal ifscCode As StringAs Boolean
    Dim regx As System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex = New System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex("^[A-Za-z]{4}[0-9]{7}$")
    Return If(regx.Matches(ifscCode).Count > 0, regx.Matches(ifscCode)(0).Success, False)
End Function

How to validate IFSC Code using Regular Expression in C++?

C++ Regular expression code to validate IFSC code

#include <iostream>
#include<regex>
using namespace std;
bool isValidifscodeyorn(string str)// Function to check IFSC  Code.
{
const regex pattern("^[A-Z]{4}0[A-Z0-9]{6}$"); // to check IFSC code
if (str.empty()) // if empty return false
{
  return false;
}
if(regex_match(str, pattern)) // if ifsc matches the regex expression return true.
{
  return true;
}
else
{
  return false;
}
}
// Driver Code
int main()
{
string str1 = "JNUN012562B";
cout << isValidifscodeyorn(str1) << endl;
string str2 = "KAUS0195";
cout << isValidifscodeyorn(str2) << endl;
string str3 = "PUNB0150100";
cout  << isValidifscodeyorn(str3) << endl;
string str4 = "ZXCN798562x";
cout <<isValidifscodeyorn(str4) << endl;
return 0;
}




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