Implemented Authcode process for transfer of.at domains
When a new .at domain is registered, DomiNIC generates an authinfo (14 digits) and sends it to Nic.at, where it is stored. The authinfo is also generated when a domain is updated (contact or name server change)
For transfers of .at, .co.at and .or.at domains the user can set an authinfo.
A new right OrderAuthCodeOptional was introduced. If a user profile is set to have this right, the authinfo is handled as optional field. The system is so preconfigured that the end-customer profile does not have this right. This means the authcode is mandatory for end users.
If an authinfo is set, DomiNIC sends it to Nic.at. If it is correct, the order is processed directly.
If no authinfo was set, it is not sent to Nic.at, and Nic.at will start an alternative transfer process.
DomiNIC generates the standard transfer pdfs for approval requests for both transfer with and without authcode
Following a transfer, DomiNIC generates a new authinfo
For Ascio, Core and Epag the authinfo for .at, .co.at and .or.at can be used as described for Nic.at.
Fix for: problem with storing name server handles for name servers with more than one IP
Fix for: optional Authcode field shown as mandatory
Fix for: Layout problem in extended filter criteria for domain search
In some cases name zones are not deleted from name servers when a transfer is declined by the Nic
Zone Lock not possible with customer primary and auto name servers as a slave