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ChangeOrder doesn't set desired priorities

See original GitHub issue

General information

  • Library version: v8.2.0

Issue description

I added a custom card (custom-card) with some validator closely related to Maestro, then I changed my custom-card order to position 0 but I still get maestro coming up as the card type.

I debugged using Validate.creditCardType(''), and I was able to verify that my custom-card was in position 0.

Thanks for the awesome library. Looking forward to getting some feedback.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:6 (6 by maintainers)

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crookedneighborcommented, Sep 3, 2019

This is expected behavior for card validator.

It will only mark something as valid when it determines that there is only one possible card type. Since 506 can match either maestro or your custom card, that’s the expected outcome. Sounds like you need to make your custom card more specific for what ranges it supports (and possibly update the maestro card pattern as well)

ooadecommented, Sep 3, 2019

Thanks 😃

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