Important: Release 7.6.1 requires NIC-Container 2.2 or higher.
The About DomiNIC page was replaced by the page Status and Maintenance, where important system informations are displayed. Administrators with the appropriate profile can restart the system here. A full description of this feature can be found in our online documentation.
DomiNIC adjustments for GDPR requirements. Storage of personal data can now be managed according to GDPR requirements. DomiNIC now offers mechanisms to delete or anonymize personal data. A full description of this feature can be found in our online documentation.
Additional information texts the pages My user account and Contact Data inform the users about the purpose of the data stored by the system.
Whois disclose fields for owner and admin contacts are no longer activated by default
Creation of polling messages created for orders started by SOAP API can now be deactivated by a system configuration
Deletion of data/anonymization: The following features have to be specifically enabled by the operator of the system:
Database logging of transactions of users will now be cleared after configurable number of days (default is 360 days)
Contact details will be cleaned for orders that are older than a configurable number of days (default is 180 days).
Domains which were deleted, transferred out or had been expired will be completely removed after a configurable number of days (default is 3 years).
Reporting: If enabled, DomiNIC creates a monthly TLD based report. Find out more about this feature in our online documentation.
If a domain/zone is assigned to more than one name server group, end customers will now see which name server group is assigned to a resource record.
Special registration hints that concern certain NIC policies will be highlighted on the contact data page.
The domain detail and lifecycle page can now be refreshed by a link on the page's top right corner.
The date fields (arrival, scheduled, start, completion) of the SOAP API response orderInfo will now also contain the time of day.
Fixed an issue that can occur in the connection between BPE and Wildfly if SSL connections are used.
Adjusted Nic.at whois parser, after Nic.at's GDPR changes.
Fixed an issue with host create nic operations.
Duplicate badwords are now prohibited in the badword manager.
Request DomainZoneModify can be used for zone modifies of regular domains as well as for a parallel running zonemodify operation. Find more details in our online documentation.