The following are the XSD extensions supported by IRS:
contact-1.0 - RFC 5733
domain-1.0 - RFC 5731
epp-1.0, eppall-1.0, and eppcom-1.0 - RFC 5730
fee-0.9 - RFC Draft: brown-epp-fees
fee-0.11 - RFC Draft: regext-epp-fees
host-1.0 - RFC 5732
idn-1.0 - RFC Draft: eppext-idnmap
launch-1.0 - RFC Draft: regext-launchphase
mark-1.0 and signedMark-1.0 - RFC 7848
rgp-1.0 - RFC 3915
secDNS-1.1 - RFC 5910
Launch/Mark/SignedMark are all extensions for Launch phases. We are not planning on using them for .nz.
Fee 0.9 is an earlier version of the Fee extension and 0.11 is the latest version
The following are the Fury-specific custom extensions:
fury 2.0 - Generic properties
fury-rgp-1.0 - RGP
Request and response¶
Service messages (Poll message)¶
There are no differences between the commands for retrieving and acknowledging poll messages.
In SRS the UDAI was returned by a service message for a registrar domain create or registrar new UDAI request. This will not happen in IRS.
In IRS all the service messages have changed - refer to the online help → Supplementary Documents → Error Codes and Messages
In IRS poll messages expire - poll expiry time span is 30 days
In IRS service messages can also be viewed and acknowledged in the IRS portal and up to 100 messages can be selected and acknowledged at a time.