5.13. Test nsset

A nsset test command is used to request a technical check of an nsset.

The check is not performed immediately but it is scheduled for execution. After the tests have finished, a report is provided to the client in poll messages.

The nsset test command is a test element in the nsset namespace (http://www.nic.cz/xml/epp/nsset-1.2).

The command must be contained in the <fred:test> command type.

This command is a part of the protocol extension defined by the FRED EPP server.

5.13.1. Command element structure

The <nsset:test> element must declare the nsset namespace and schema and it must contain the following child elements:

  • <nsset:id> (1) – the nsset handle as fredcom:objIDType,

  • <nsset:level> (0..1) – the highest level of tests to be performed as nsset:reportlevelType,

  • <nsset:name> (0..n) – additional domain names to be tested with the nsset as eppcom:labelType (applies only to some tests).

Example
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="no"?>
<epp xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:epp-1.0"
 xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
 xsi:schemaLocation="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:epp-1.0 epp-1.0.xsd">
   <extension>
      <fred:extcommand xmlns:fred="http://www.nic.cz/xml/epp/fred-1.5"
       xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.nic.cz/xml/epp/fred-1.5 fred-1.5.0.xsd">
         <!-- Custom command type -->
         <fred:test>
            <!-- The object-defined command -->
            <nsset:test xmlns:nsset="http://www.nic.cz/xml/epp/nsset-1.2"
             xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.nic.cz/xml/epp/nsset-1.2 nsset-1.2.2.xsd">
               <nsset:id>NID-MYNSSET</nsset:id>
               <nsset:level>5</nsset:level>
               <nsset:name>mydomain.cz</nsset:name>
               <nsset:name>somedomain.cz</nsset:name>
            </nsset:test>
         </fred:test>
         <fred:clTRID>loxj006#17-08-01at14:51:33</fred:clTRID>
      </fred:extcommand>
   </extension>
</epp>
FRED-client equivalent
> technical_test NID-MYNSSET 5 (mydomain.cz,somedomain.cz)

5.13.2. Response element structure

The FRED EPP server responds with a plain result message which does not contain any response data (no <resData>).

See also Success or failure of a command.