EPP Interface specification and description document:
2014-02-07 (rev. 4p3 to 5p3): Adjusted description of DNSSEC attributes and usage. See ‘Document History’ in the document for details.
This document must be read by everyone who will implement client side software. It describes the various interface details in more detail, like the various .no schema extensions and the special business procedures.
Here a number of practical examples on XML sequences are supplied. Those are informal only, intended to show how things could look in a real implementation. The sequences should be studied carefully as they reveal how to interpret
the XML schemas.
If a certain command or command sequence is not covered, you can use the Norid EPP client towards our test system to create the sequence. Just log in and perform the command or sequence in question. Afterwards, inspect the client’s
‘EPP protocol logs’, via the ‘Options’ menu, to see the actual EPP/XML sequence exchanged.