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Dmain name creation using J2EE

 
jaya lakshmi
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Hi,

Pls any body tell me how to create a new Domain name using java.
What API i need to use. Is there any built in class available for checking the availablity of a new domain name?.

Please help me.

Jaya.
 
Valentin Tanase
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Hi Jaya,

Can you please rephrase your question? I�m not sure if I understand you, because the term domain is so vague. Because this is a J2EE/EJB topic I try to understand your question within this context but it still doesn�t ring any bell to me. Can you explain little bit clearer what you�re trying to achieve?
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Jaya,
To register a domain name, you generally go through a company like Network Solutions. Unless you are selling domain names, it is a manual process. If you are selling domain names, I imagine there is a web service to tap into the official database.
 
jaya lakshmi
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Hi Valentin,

My question is how do i create a webservice program using J2EE, which will allow to create a new domain like aaa.com etc. Also i need to search whether a combination of words exists as a domain name?.

Hope this will clear your doubts.

Jaya
 
Valentin Tanase
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Hi Jaya,

I understand now what is your aim, but unfortunately this is a topic very new to me as well and I cannot help you in any ways. Sorry again. I hope Jeanne�s answer helped you to get on the right track, because it makes a lot of sense to me.
Regards.
 
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