Validating process


03-Jun-2016 00:46

KBN was notified by KI that a high volume of intentional random contacts attempted to gain entry into the database, necessitating the addition of CAPTCHA We are continuing to explore options such as creating user accounts with KI that would allow individuals or facilities to access the Board's online validation system without having to use a CAPTCHA.The user account will allow you to sign into the system directly to continue Basic License Validation. Until this process can be defined, and if you experience issues, please contact Carlos Luna, Operations Manager, at KI by phone at 502-875-3733 or email [email protected] TO LICENSURE VALIDATATION/VERIFICATION PROCEDURE As required by the Kentucky Board of Nursing’s (KBN) state website provider, Kentucky Interactive (KI), the KBN has changed the Basic License Validation procedure on our website.We are now required to use a “CAPTCHA” (Telling Humans and Computers Apart Automatically) to verify that our users are human and not “robot” internet users.***IMPORTANT NOTICE***ITT Technical Institute Closure – September 12, 2016 For students seeking information regarding this matter, please contact the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education by email at [email protected]

A bitset that can cover all values is a 210-byte table. John Cowan suggested that except for Teng/Tfng, the second letter of the script code is redundant, so you can special-case those two, remove the second letter, and use the same algorithm as for ISO 639-2.However, we can't expect that the JAC would follow any particular restrictions, and the set of scripts is still a relatively small number, so this probably isn't worth it.We also provide data for a lenient canonicalization, which involves the following additional steps: The data for #2 are in Data.xml, in code Mappings/territory Codes.However, we need an extra table for doing #1, the language code mappings.

We were looking at validation of 7,000 base language entries and Markus had an idea.Algorithmically map the two-letter codes onto values from 0..675, and the three letter codes onto 676..18251 (just over 14 bits). One could do the same for region codes, with two-letter codes from 0..675, and then 3-digit codes from 675 to 1,675 (about 10.7 bits).