Re: [ire] XML rgpStatus definition

Michael Bauland <Michael.Bauland@knipp.de> Wed, 20 May 2015 09:00 UTC

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Hi Bernhard,

On 20.05.2015 10:50, Bernhard Reutner-Fischer wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> If i read rfc3915 (the EPP Grace Period Mapping) RGP state diagram
> correctly then a domain can only ever be in one gracePeriod.

I think the diagram is just for the redemption grace period, i.e., the
one after domain deletion.

I see no restriction saying that, e.g., add grace (addPeriod) and renew
grace (renewPeriod) cannot occur at the same time. If you create a
domain and directly afterwards manually renew it, then the domain is in
add grace as well as renew grace and the registrar gets both fees
refunded upon deletion.

Cheers,

Michael