Important: Release 8.2.6 requires NIC-Container 7.9 or higher
- REST API: DomiNIC can now be connected by a REST API, alongside the existing SOAP API. Please contact our support for more details.
- Existing transfer locks will now be displayed in the domain availability check. Transfers for domains with active transfer locks require a dedicated user right.
- Added a new user right that allows users to view certain background orders like time delayed zone deletions and some notifications from Nic.at in the domain lifecycle.
- Reworked user rights for domain modifications, so that it’s possible to create user right profiles that allow users to register domains and edit zones, but not to change contact details.
- Added new custom property “simplified_api” that allows to use the REST / SOAP APIs in a more simple way. This setting will deactivate polling messages as well as the queuing of orders. Please contact our support if you consider using this setting.
- User export now contains a flag that shows whether the user has activated the two-factor authentication.
- Deactivated resource records will be validated now, to make sure that imported records are at least syntactically valid.
- Fixed an issue where internal transfers were only recognized for domains that are visible to the logged in customer.
- Fixed an issue where transfers for domains in pending-delete status were allowed.
- Fixed an issue with the TLD filter in the TLD configuration settings.
- REST/SOAP API: Authcodes in DomainModify operations are now being used to authenticate the request (only required for some TLDs), not to update the authcode. The latter can be done by using the authcode operations.
- Fixed an issue where contacts with the type role can not be edited in the contact management.
- Fixed an issue where the current date was displayed as “last change” date for newly imported domain.
- Core02: Fixed parsing for successful domain modification messages for TLD .co.za.