Re: [Crisp] Interaction between IRIS and EPP

Patrick Mevzek <crisp@contact.dotandco.com> Sat, 11 October 2008 16:00 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Crisp] Interaction between IRIS and EPP
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Carl Taswell <ctaswell@telegenetics.net>; 2008-02-08 22:05
> 2) Has there been any discussion recommending best practice uses of
> IRIS versus EPP and any interaction and interoperability?

I'm also interested in that, and/or willing to participate in
discussions about it since I've decided to standardize on EPP (for
error codes, contact data, etc.) in my toolkit, and so will have the
case, when new IRIS services are available, to see how to offer a
uniform API.

For now IRIS DCHK does not seem to be a problem.

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Dot and Co <http://www.dotandco.com/> <http://www.dotandco.net/>
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