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Domain reselling API


Has anyone used the domain reselling api of any of these companies?
-Dotregistrar
-Enom

Any comments about it. Is the functionality pretty much the same as the OpenSRS api?

Better yet, can anyone provide me with a copy of the files to have a look at.

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Re: Domain reselling API

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Has anyone used the domain reselling api of any of these companies?
-Dotregistrar
-Enom

Any comments about it. Is the functionality pretty much the same as the OpenSRS api?

Better yet, can anyone provide me with a copy of the files to have a look at.

Thanks,
kewltrader
Pretty much all registrar forbid the reseller to distribute their api. Dotregistrar require a signed and faxed in agreement.

They all works but they all could be better.

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Does the Enom API come with templates for PHP or Perl?

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API ???

Just as a matter of interest, What is API ?

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Does the Enom API come with templates for PHP or Perl?
Yes they provide a sample site for each, but you'd be better changing them a bit..


API stands for Application Program Interface which are the basics you need to build an application interface and means in this case some scripts you can modify and host that give you an interface directly with the enom servers..

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API stands for Application Program Interface which are the basics y
oo la la, very interesting, very interesting indeed.

It doesn't sound too hard if you are given the template to modify. Would I be right in thinking that the API lark would allow you to register domains in 'real time' or is that just crazy talk ?

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Crazy Talk??????? LOL .. nope

Your customers can register the domains in 'real time' from your web site..

It requires a bit of knowledge of scripts to modify the Perl one, the PHP one never seemed to work and the Windows one, well I wouldn't know..

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Crazy as it sounds - that's the idea

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