Glossary of Terms
This feature, setting or component is specific to the CZ.NIC
and may require customization before it can be used in another environment.
The registrar who is in management of a registrable object, also called
the sponsoring registrar.
Fully Qualified Domain Name (an absolute domain name)
contains labels of all nodes up to a TLD and the root domain.
A name of a node in the DNS.
a user-visible aspect, quality or characteristic of software
a person or an organization that acquires the system
a registrar or registrant or end user
electronic mapping of telephone numbers, see also `About ENUM (CZ.NIC)
<https://www.nic.cz/page/1260/o-enum/>`_ or `ENUM (ICANNWiki)
extensible provisioning protocol, see also the :doc:`/EPPReference/index`
This is a request that is submitted directly to the Registry through its
public website, see :ref:`public-requests`.
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.
A contact which is authorized to request changes of a :term:`registrable object`.
These are the technical contacts in nssets and keysets, the contact itself,
or the :term:`domain owner`.
automated keyset management, see also the :doc:`AKM concept </Concepts/AKM>`
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
See :term:`designated registrar`.
General Data Protection Regulation. `Wikipedia
`Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (official source)
PAyments and INvoices. See :doc:`/Concepts/PAIN`.