There are 2 code paths for validation failure, and in each case we provide the user with an appropriate error message.
The error provider simply takes a control and a message in the Set Error method and does the rest of the work for you!
Hits can be sent to the Measurement Protocol Validation Server via any method currently supported by the Measurement Protocol.
There are a couple of temporary solutions listed in that thread which you can use to make your tests pass in the meantime.
Since Laravel has switched to Liferaft for the purpose of tracking bugs and pull requests, the issue mentioned above may not be available.
This document describes how to validate Google Analytics Measurement Protocol hits.
The Google Analytics Measurement Protocol does not return HTTP error codes, even if a Measurement Protocol hit is malformed or missing required parameters.
If they are not considered valid the model will not be saved and the validation errors will be made available.
Validating allows for multiple rulesets, injecting the model ID into validation rules and raising exceptions on failed validations.
To ensure that your hits are correctly formatted and contain all required parameters, you can test them against the validation server before deploying them to production.
This guide describes the process for sending hits to the Measurement Protocol Validation Server and explains how to interpret the response.
" The GPX validation test provides a consistant answer to this question. Download the latest Xerxes distribution from the Apache website.
Windows users should download the "Latest Xerces-C Binary Package for Windows".
Let’s assume when we click our save button that we wish to validate the controls and display an icon if there is a problem.