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<?php
/**
* @link http://www.yiiframework.com/
* @copyright Copyright (c) 2008 Yii Software LLC
* @license http://www.yiiframework.com/license/
*/
namespace yii\validators;
use DateTime;
use Exception;
use IntlDateFormatter;
use Yii;
use yii\base\InvalidConfigException;
use yii\helpers\FormatConverter;
/**
* DateValidator verifies if the attribute represents a date, time or datetime in a proper [[format]].
*
* It can also parse internationalized dates in a specific [[locale]] like e.g. `12 мая 2014` when [[format]]
* is configured to use a time pattern in ICU format.
*
* It is further possible to limit the date within a certain range using [[min]] and [[max]].
*
* Additional to validating the date it can also export the parsed timestamp as a machine readable format
* which can be configured using [[timestampAttribute]]. For values that include time information (not date-only values)
* also the time zone will be adjusted. The time zone of the input value is assumed to be the one specified by the [[timeZone]]
* property and the target timeZone will be UTC when [[timestampAttributeFormat]] is `null` (exporting as UNIX timestamp)
* or [[timestampAttributeTimeZone]] otherwise. If you want to avoid the time zone conversion, make sure that [[timeZone]] and
* [[timestampAttributeTimeZone]] are the same.
*
* @author Qiang Xue <qiang.xue@gmail.com>
* @author Carsten Brandt <mail@cebe.cc>
* @since 2.0
*/
class DateValidator extends Validator
{
/**
* Constant for specifying the validation [[type]] as a date value, used for validation with intl short format.
* @since 2.0.8
* @see type
*/
const TYPE_DATE = 'date';
/**
* Constant for specifying the validation [[type]] as a datetime value, used for validation with intl short format.
* @since 2.0.8
* @see type
*/
const TYPE_DATETIME = 'datetime';
/**
* Constant for specifying the validation [[type]] as a time value, used for validation with intl short format.
* @since 2.0.8
* @see type
*/
const TYPE_TIME = 'time';
/**
* @var string the type of the validator. Indicates, whether a date, time or datetime value should be validated.
* This property influences the default value of [[format]] and also sets the correct behavior when [[format]] is one of the intl
* short formats, `short`, `medium`, `long`, or `full`.
*
* This is only effective when the [PHP intl extension](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/book.intl.php) is installed.
*
* This property can be set to the following values:
*
* - [[TYPE_DATE]] - (default) for validating date values only, that means only values that do not include a time range are valid.
* - [[TYPE_DATETIME]] - for validating datetime values, that contain a date part as well as a time part.
* - [[TYPE_TIME]] - for validating time values, that contain no date information.
*
* @since 2.0.8
*/
public $type = self::TYPE_DATE;
/**
* @var string the date format that the value being validated should follow.
* This can be a date time pattern as described in the [ICU manual](http://userguide.icu-project.org/formatparse/datetime#TOC-Date-Time-Format-Syntax).
*
* Alternatively this can be a string prefixed with `php:` representing a format that can be recognized by the PHP Datetime class.
* Please refer to <https://secure.php.net/manual/en/datetime.createfromformat.php> on supported formats.
*
* If this property is not set, the default value will be obtained from `Yii::$app->formatter->dateFormat`, see [[\yii\i18n\Formatter::dateFormat]] for details.
* Since version 2.0.8 the default value will be determined from different formats of the formatter class,
* dependent on the value of [[type]]:
*
* - if type is [[TYPE_DATE]], the default value will be taken from [[\yii\i18n\Formatter::dateFormat]],
* - if type is [[TYPE_DATETIME]], it will be taken from [[\yii\i18n\Formatter::datetimeFormat]],
* - and if type is [[TYPE_TIME]], it will be [[\yii\i18n\Formatter::timeFormat]].
*
* Here are some example values:
*
* ```php
* 'MM/dd/yyyy' // date in ICU format
* 'php:m/d/Y' // the same date in PHP format
* 'MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm' // not only dates but also times can be validated
* ```
*
* **Note:** the underlying date parsers being used vary dependent on the format. If you use the ICU format and
* the [PHP intl extension](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/book.intl.php) is installed, the [IntlDateFormatter](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/intldateformatter.parse.php)
* is used to parse the input value. In all other cases the PHP [DateTime](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/datetime.createfromformat.php) class
* is used. The IntlDateFormatter has the advantage that it can parse international dates like `12. Mai 2015` or `12 мая 2014`, while the
* PHP parser is limited to English only. The PHP parser however is more strict about the input format as it will not accept
* `12.05.05` for the format `php:d.m.Y`, but the IntlDateFormatter will accept it for the format `dd.MM.yyyy`.
* If you need to use the IntlDateFormatter you can avoid this problem by specifying a [[min|minimum date]].
*/
public $format;
/**
* @var string the locale ID that is used to localize the date parsing.
* This is only effective when the [PHP intl extension](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/book.intl.php) is installed.
* If not set, the locale of the [[\yii\base\Application::formatter|formatter]] will be used.
* See also [[\yii\i18n\Formatter::locale]].
*/
public $locale;
/**
* @var string the timezone to use for parsing date and time values.
* This can be any value that may be passed to [date_default_timezone_set()](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/function.date-default-timezone-set.php)
* e.g. `UTC`, `Europe/Berlin` or `America/Chicago`.
* Refer to the [php manual](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php) for available timezones.
* If this property is not set, [[\yii\base\Application::timeZone]] will be used.
*/
public $timeZone;
/**
* @var string the name of the attribute to receive the parsing result.
* When this property is not null and the validation is successful, the named attribute will
* receive the parsing result.
*
* This can be the same attribute as the one being validated. If this is the case,
* the original value will be overwritten with the timestamp value after successful validation.
*
* Note, that when using this property, the input value will be converted to a unix timestamp,
* which by definition is in UTC, so a conversion from the [[$timeZone|input time zone]] to UTC
* will be performed. When defining [[$timestampAttributeFormat]] you can control the conversion by
* setting [[$timestampAttributeTimeZone]] to a different value than `'UTC'`.
*
* @see timestampAttributeFormat
* @see timestampAttributeTimeZone
*/
public $timestampAttribute;
/**
* @var string the format to use when populating the [[timestampAttribute]].
* The format can be specified in the same way as for [[format]].
*
* If not set, [[timestampAttribute]] will receive a UNIX timestamp.
* If [[timestampAttribute]] is not set, this property will be ignored.
* @see format
* @see timestampAttribute
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public $timestampAttributeFormat;
/**
* @var string the timezone to use when populating the [[timestampAttribute]]. Defaults to `UTC`.
*
* This can be any value that may be passed to [date_default_timezone_set()](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/function.date-default-timezone-set.php)
* e.g. `UTC`, `Europe/Berlin` or `America/Chicago`.
* Refer to the [php manual](https://secure.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php) for available timezones.
*
* If [[timestampAttributeFormat]] is not set, this property will be ignored.
* @see timestampAttributeFormat
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public $timestampAttributeTimeZone = 'UTC';
/**
* @var int|string upper limit of the date. Defaults to null, meaning no upper limit.
* This can be a unix timestamp or a string representing a date time value.
* If this property is a string, [[format]] will be used to parse it.
* @see tooBig for the customized message used when the date is too big.
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public $max;
/**
* @var int|string lower limit of the date. Defaults to null, meaning no lower limit.
* This can be a unix timestamp or a string representing a date time value.
* If this property is a string, [[format]] will be used to parse it.
* @see tooSmall for the customized message used when the date is too small.
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public $min;
/**
* @var string user-defined error message used when the value is bigger than [[max]].
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public $tooBig;
/**
* @var string user-defined error message used when the value is smaller than [[min]].
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public $tooSmall;
/**
* @var string user friendly value of upper limit to display in the error message.
* If this property is null, the value of [[max]] will be used (before parsing).
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public $maxString;
/**
* @var string user friendly value of lower limit to display in the error message.
* If this property is null, the value of [[min]] will be used (before parsing).
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public $minString;
/**
* @var bool set this parameter to true if you need strict date format validation (e.g. only such dates pass
* validation for the following format 'yyyy-MM-dd': '0011-03-25', '2019-04-30' etc. and not '18-05-15',
* '2017-Mar-14' etc. which pass validation if this parameter is set to false)
* @since 2.0.22
*/
public $strictDateFormat = false;
/**
* @var array map of short format names to IntlDateFormatter constant values.
*/
private $_dateFormats = [
'short' => 3, // IntlDateFormatter::SHORT,
'medium' => 2, // IntlDateFormatter::MEDIUM,
'long' => 1, // IntlDateFormatter::LONG,
'full' => 0, // IntlDateFormatter::FULL,
];
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*/
public function init()
{
parent::init();
if ($this->message === null) {
$this->message = Yii::t('yii', 'The format of {attribute} is invalid.');
}
if ($this->format === null) {
if ($this->type === self::TYPE_DATE) {
$this->format = Yii::$app->formatter->dateFormat;
} elseif ($this->type === self::TYPE_DATETIME) {
$this->format = Yii::$app->formatter->datetimeFormat;
} elseif ($this->type === self::TYPE_TIME) {
$this->format = Yii::$app->formatter->timeFormat;
} else {
throw new InvalidConfigException('Unknown validation type set for DateValidator::$type: ' . $this->type);
}
}
if ($this->locale === null) {
$this->locale = Yii::$app->language;
}
if ($this->timeZone === null) {
$this->timeZone = Yii::$app->timeZone;
}
if ($this->min !== null && $this->tooSmall === null) {
$this->tooSmall = Yii::t('yii', '{attribute} must be no less than {min}.');
}
if ($this->max !== null && $this->tooBig === null) {
$this->tooBig = Yii::t('yii', '{attribute} must be no greater than {max}.');
}
if ($this->maxString === null) {
$this->maxString = (string)$this->max;
}
if ($this->minString === null) {
$this->minString = (string)$this->min;
}
if ($this->max !== null && is_string($this->max)) {
$timestamp = $this->parseDateValue($this->max);
if ($timestamp === false) {
throw new InvalidConfigException("Invalid max date value: {$this->max}");
}
$this->max = $timestamp;
}
if ($this->min !== null && is_string($this->min)) {
$timestamp = $this->parseDateValue($this->min);
if ($timestamp === false) {
throw new InvalidConfigException("Invalid min date value: {$this->min}");
}
$this->min = $timestamp;
}
}
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*/
public function validateAttribute($model, $attribute)
{
$value = $model->$attribute;
if ($this->isEmpty($value)) {
if ($this->timestampAttribute !== null) {
$model->{$this->timestampAttribute} = null;
}
return;
}
$timestamp = $this->parseDateValue($value);
if ($timestamp === false) {
if ($this->timestampAttribute === $attribute) {
if ($this->timestampAttributeFormat === null) {
if (is_int($value)) {
return;
}
} else {
if ($this->parseDateValueFormat($value, $this->timestampAttributeFormat) !== false) {
return;
}
}
}
$this->addError($model, $attribute, $this->message, []);
} elseif ($this->min !== null && $timestamp < $this->min) {
$this->addError($model, $attribute, $this->tooSmall, ['min' => $this->minString]);
} elseif ($this->max !== null && $timestamp > $this->max) {
$this->addError($model, $attribute, $this->tooBig, ['max' => $this->maxString]);
} elseif ($this->timestampAttribute !== null) {
if ($this->timestampAttributeFormat === null) {
$model->{$this->timestampAttribute} = $timestamp;
} else {
$model->{$this->timestampAttribute} = $this->formatTimestamp($timestamp, $this->timestampAttributeFormat);
}
}
}
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*/
protected function validateValue($value)
{
$timestamp = $this->parseDateValue($value);
if ($timestamp === false) {
return [$this->message, []];
} elseif ($this->min !== null && $timestamp < $this->min) {
return [$this->tooSmall, ['min' => $this->minString]];
} elseif ($this->max !== null && $timestamp > $this->max) {
return [$this->tooBig, ['max' => $this->maxString]];
}
return null;
}
/**
* Parses date string into UNIX timestamp.
*
* @param string $value string representing date
* @return int|false a UNIX timestamp or `false` on failure.
*/
protected function parseDateValue($value)
{
// TODO consider merging these methods into single one at 2.1
return $this->parseDateValueFormat($value, $this->format);
}
/**
* Parses date string into UNIX timestamp.
*
* @param string $value string representing date
* @param string $format expected date format
* @return int|false a UNIX timestamp or `false` on failure.
* @throws InvalidConfigException
*/
private function parseDateValueFormat($value, $format)
{
if (is_array($value)) {
return false;
}
if (strncmp($format, 'php:', 4) === 0) {
$format = substr($format, 4);
} else {
if (extension_loaded('intl')) {
return $this->parseDateValueIntl($value, $format);
}
// fallback to PHP if intl is not installed
$format = FormatConverter::convertDateIcuToPhp($format, 'date');
}
return $this->parseDateValuePHP($value, $format);
}
/**
* Parses a date value using the IntlDateFormatter::parse().
* @param string $value string representing date
* @param string $format the expected date format
* @return int|bool a UNIX timestamp or `false` on failure.
* @throws InvalidConfigException
*/
private function parseDateValueIntl($value, $format)
{
$formatter = $this->getIntlDateFormatter($format);
// enable strict parsing to avoid getting invalid date values
$formatter->setLenient(false);
// There should not be a warning thrown by parse() but this seems to be the case on windows so we suppress it here
// See https://github.com/yiisoft/yii2/issues/5962 and https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=68528
$parsePos = 0;
$parsedDate = @$formatter->parse($value, $parsePos);
$valueLength = mb_strlen($value, Yii::$app ? Yii::$app->charset : 'UTF-8');
if ($parsedDate === false || $parsePos !== $valueLength || ($this->strictDateFormat && $formatter->format($parsedDate) !== $value)) {
return false;
}
return $parsedDate;
}
/**
* Creates IntlDateFormatter
*
* @param $format string date format
* @return IntlDateFormatter
* @throws InvalidConfigException
*/
private function getIntlDateFormatter($format)
{
if (!isset($this->_dateFormats[$format])) {
// if no time was provided in the format string set time to 0 to get a simple date timestamp
$hasTimeInfo = (strpbrk($format, 'ahHkKmsSA') !== false);
$formatter = new IntlDateFormatter($this->locale, IntlDateFormatter::NONE, IntlDateFormatter::NONE, $hasTimeInfo ? $this->timeZone : 'UTC', null, $format);
return $formatter;
}
if ($this->type === self::TYPE_DATE) {
$dateType = $this->_dateFormats[$format];
$timeType = IntlDateFormatter::NONE;
$timeZone = 'UTC';
} elseif ($this->type === self::TYPE_DATETIME) {
$dateType = $this->_dateFormats[$format];
$timeType = $this->_dateFormats[$format];
$timeZone = $this->timeZone;
} elseif ($this->type === self::TYPE_TIME) {
$dateType = IntlDateFormatter::NONE;
$timeType = $this->_dateFormats[$format];
$timeZone = $this->timeZone;
} else {
throw new InvalidConfigException('Unknown validation type set for DateValidator::$type: ' . $this->type);
}
$formatter = new IntlDateFormatter($this->locale, $dateType, $timeType, $timeZone);
return $formatter;
}
/**
* Parses a date value using the DateTime::createFromFormat().
* @param string $value string representing date
* @param string $format the expected date format
* @return int|bool a UNIX timestamp or `false` on failure.
*/
private function parseDateValuePHP($value, $format)
{
// if no time was provided in the format string set time to 0 to get a simple date timestamp
$hasTimeInfo = (strpbrk($format, 'HhGgisU') !== false);
$date = DateTime::createFromFormat($format, $value, new \DateTimeZone($hasTimeInfo ? $this->timeZone : 'UTC'));
$errors = DateTime::getLastErrors();
if ($date === false || $errors['error_count'] || $errors['warning_count'] || ($this->strictDateFormat && $date->format($format) !== $value)) {
return false;
}
if (!$hasTimeInfo) {
$date->setTime(0, 0, 0);
}
return $date->getTimestamp();
}
/**
* Formats a timestamp using the specified format.
* @param int $timestamp
* @param string $format
* @return string
* @throws Exception
*/
private function formatTimestamp($timestamp, $format)
{
if (strncmp($format, 'php:', 4) === 0) {
$format = substr($format, 4);
} else {
$format = FormatConverter::convertDateIcuToPhp($format, 'date');
}
$date = new DateTime();
$date->setTimestamp($timestamp);
$date->setTimezone(new \DateTimeZone($this->timestampAttributeTimeZone));
return $date->format($format);
}
}
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