sorry for the newbie question. Is there any plans to include in opensrs-php
functionality for the locking/unlocking of domains ? I couldn't see any
mention of it in the Readme file.
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From: Colin Viebrock <colin@vi...> - 2004-12-07 20:07:23
Actually, the OpenSRS-PHP client can do just about anything, including
locking and unlocking domains.
The client provides "low level" communication with OpenSRS, so you just
need to format the command appropriately (using the API reference 
as a resource). For a lock command, that might look like this:
$command = array(
'action' => 'MODIFY',
'object' => 'DOMAIN',
'attributes' => array(
'data' => 'status',
'domain_name' => 'example.com',
'lock_state' => 1
$response = $O->send_cmd($command);
Also, FYI, questions like this should probably go to the devel mailing
list. The CVS list (which should be announce-only actually) is just
for people to keep informed of any changes that happen to the
OpenSRS-PHP code base.
On 7-Dec-04, at 10:31 AM, Trish Hartnett wrote:
> sorry for the newbie question. Is there any plans to include in
> opensrs-php functionality for the locking/unlocking of domains ? I
> couldn't see any mention of it in the Readme file.
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