Glossary of Terms¶
a person or an organization that acquires the system
automated keyset management, see also the AKM concept
a registrar or registrant or end user
This feature, setting or component is specific to the CZ.NIC and may require customization before it can be used in another environment.
- Designated registrar¶
The registrar who is in management of a registrable object, also called the sponsoring registrar.
- Domain owner¶
a user-visible aspect, quality or characteristic of software
Fully Qualified Domain Name (an absolute domain name) contains labels of all nodes up to a TLD and the root domain.
Simple logging backend.
A name of a node in the DNS.
- Object owner¶
PAyments and INvoices. See The Future of Payments & Invoices.
- Public request¶
This is a request that is submitted directly to the Registry through its public website, see Public requests.
- Registrable object¶
A data object stored in the Registry that can be registered and modified by registrars. There are four types: domains, contacts, nssets, and keysets.
They are also called managed objects in the EPP.
Registrant is the contact which is assigned as the domain owner; also called the holder.
Repository object identifier, generated by the Registry during creation of a registrable object.
This identifier should uniquely identify the object world-wide. It is composed of two parts separated with a hyphen, e.g.
D0010123116-CZ. The first part is unique within the Registry and is defined by the Registry. The second part (Repository id suffix) must be unique world-wide and it is assigned to the Registry by IANA organization.
- Sponsoring registrar¶
See designated registrar.