DomiNIC Release 7.8.2

Important: Release 7.8.2 requires NIC-Container 4.4 or higher

Features

  • DNSSEC support for Switch
  • DNSSEC support for CORE
  • DNSSEC support for Key Systems
  • DomiNIC now supports the Interface CoreNG
  • Null MX Record implemented
  • Ascio premium domains can now be ordered

Improvements

  • Consolidation of Core02 and Cor05 to CoeNG
  • In the course of consolidation of Core02 and Cor05 to CoreNG the authinfo modify function and the registrar lock functions have been implemented for the old Core02 TLDs.
  • Maximum password length for users is now configurable
  • When DNSSEC is activated, DomiNIC will wail until the maximum resource record TTL has expired before the KSK is transferred to the NIC.
  • Automatic contact delete initiated by the NIC is implemented for Key Systems

Bugfixes

  • Web forwardings for zones now work when started by an end user
  • Activating DNSSEC for Ascio TLDs that do not support an admin contact now works
  • Email subject of transfer away email corrected
  • DNSSEC KSK remain in database when a web forwarding is established for a domain
  • DNSSEC KSK remain in database when a NIC sync is done
  • Prices for local presence can be specified for domains that formerly required local presence but currently no longer
  • Activation of DNSSEC will now remove all may existing old keys from NIC

 

DomiNIC Release 7.8.1

Important: Release 7.8.1 requires NIC-Container 4.2 or higher

Features

  • DNSSEC support for Epag.
  • It is now possible to configure a HSTS Header for more security.

Improvements

  • Added nameserver type 'slave' for name server NSD.

Bugfixes

  • Bulk order EXPIRE: validation regarding expire date added.
  • Core02: parsing of transfer away polling messages corrected.
  • Escaping of special character in EPP templates corrected.
  • Adjusted validation of redirect URL's regarding angle brackets.
  • Bulk order with DNSSEC: corrected notification of valid and invalid domains.
  • Redirects: corrected display of redirects in order details and corrected preservation of their lock status on the name server page in the order process.
  • DNSSEC: Fixed identifying of parent NS records for SLDs like .co.at.
  • DNSSEC: Fixed an issue where the KSK was not deleted from DomiNIC database after dnssec was removed from a domain.
  • Synchronization with data from Nic.at will now ignore contact values "n/a".
  • Fixed an issue where transfer cancel orders were processed for the wrong domain.
  • Fixed problems with ZoneImport orders in SOAP-API.

 

DomiNIC Release 7.8.0

Important: Release 7.8.0 requires NIC-Container 4.0

Features

  • DNSSEC support for Ascio and Nic.at.
  • Support for KNOT dns server with RNS-Agent 6.1.22 or higher. Currently only master zones administration.

Improvements

  • Updated Jetty to version 9.4.14
  • Adjusted notifications of SOA errors. First notification within 5 to 10 minutes, reminders every two hours afterwards.
  • Server certificates for the connection to EPAG can now be utilized.
  • Added filters for email address and company in the customer administration.
  • End customers are warned, if there is another order running for one of their domains.
  • New user right "NicAccountView" added. This right controls which users are allowed to see nic accounts in the GUI.
  • Orders that do not receive a required nic notification for more than one year will fail.
  • The maintenance page now shows the public name server host as well as the provisioning host.
  • For end customers the domain inventory displays all domains when the page is invoked.
  • Improved validation for system configurations
  • Improved validation for SPF resource records fields.
  • Improved validation for the start of  scheduled orders:  a scheduled order now can only start if no other  order is in process for the same domain. The only exception to this rule are mere zone changes, which can run in parallel.

Bugfixes

  • Autorenews fixed for zones.
  • Fixed parsing error for Core02 transfer away notifications.
  • Fixed issue that led to ignored order completion notifications from Ascio.
  • Corrected Centralnic authcode generation.
  • Key Systems connection: Fixed issue that occurred when contact informations are queried for contacts without authcodes
  • EPAG notifications "success with reservations" for domains updates will now cause DomiNIC orders to fail, if the order only contains an owner change. Otherwise the order will be finished as "partial success".
  • Fixed parsing of domain expire notifications from Key-Systems
  • The column 'value' of SRV records is now correctly displayed in the list of DNS templates.
  • DNS changes due to changed redirect entries are no longer be notified to slave name servers.
  • Fixed issue that caused consequential errors after domain imports for zone.
  • Fixed issue that prevented customer changes for zones.
  • Fixed issue on imports and synchronization of Denic domains regarding contacts with emptry values.
  • Fixed issue that caused an error page when trying to start a bulk order for zone deletions.
  • Fixed issue causing redirect orders to fail if certain invalid target urls were entered.
  • Fixed PDF confirmation requests for registrant details updates.

SOAP API

  • Refactoring of contact and information requests in the SOAP API. Please check the details here: https://doc.dnsxperts.de/doku.php?id=automatic_order_interfaces:soap_api:v2_18
  • SOAP API wsdl can now be requested by the following link: http://my-dominic-host.com:8080/dominic-appserver-registrarservice-v2/RegistrarService?wsdl . In addition, the wsdl and xsd files are now part of the installation package: dominic/etc/wsdl
  • Adjustment of resource record validation in Soap API to DomiNIC GUI validation.

DomiNIC Release 7.7.2

Important: Release 7.7.2 requires at least NIC-Container 3.0

Bugfixes

  • Fixed empty contact details after synchronization of domain details of Core05 domains
  • Fixed parsing of TMCH responses for Core05

 

DomiNIC Release 7.7.1

Important: Release 7.7.1 requires NIC-Container 3.0

 

Improvements

  • The Batch API can now be used if the application server is configured to use SSL only
  • Deactivated resource records will no longer be returned by any SOAP API DomainExport and DomainInfo variations

Bugfixes

  • Fixed an issue in the SOAP API that could lead to problems finding customers.

SOAP API

  • Version 2.17 of  the SOAP API released:

    Changes: The address of the service that is defined in the WSDL uses now HTTPS/8443. Nevertheless, depending on the configuration of the server, the webservice still may be offered via HTTP/8080. It is recommended to use HTTPS/8443. Please refer to the SOAP API documentation, available for download in our Online Documentation

DomiNIC Release 7.7.0

Important: Release 7.7.0 requires NIC-Container 3.0

Features

  • Multiple NIC accounts: it is now possible to configure more than one Account for one NIC. This feature is not part of the standard edition, but is available at an additional charge. Please contact our support team for pricing information.
  • New SOAP API operation ContactExportAsModify. This operation makes bulk contact changes easier.

Improvements

  • Support for Java 10
  • SOAP API version is displayed on the maintenance page
  • Excel download supports now XLSX format
  • Downloads of orders and order approvals will now show the customer of the domain
  • Improved validation of links in the "documents and links" settings
  • Security updates
  • Improved return values for batch orders
  • Notification of users in cases their account is blocked due to too many failed login attempts
  • Improved message after failed login attempts with 2 factor authentication

Bugfixes

  • Adjusted the generated authcode for domain and contacts for CORE05 to cover the policies of some advanced nTLDs
  • Fixed problem with filtering for resource record types

SOAP API

  • New Method ContactExportAsModify
  • Additonal return value for SOAP client logins. For details please refer to our online documentation.

DomiNIC Release 7.6.2

Important: Release 7.6.2 requires NIC-Container 2.2 or higher.

 

Bugfixes

  • Fixed issues with filters and sorters for large zones in the resource record editor.
  • The system configuration for the first displayed TLDs on the domain services page can now be changed without a restart.
  • Fixed issue on the maintenance page that occurred when the BPE contains more than 40.000 orders
  • Fixed issue that could lead to errors in database migration jobs with oracle databases.

 

DomiNIC Release 7.6.1

Important: Release 7.6.1 requires NIC-Container 2.2 or higher.

Features

  • 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

Improvements

  • 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.

Bugfixes

  • 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.

SOAP API

  • 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.

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