Registry Database definition

Registry Database means a database comprised of data about one or more DNS domain names within the domain of the Registry TLD that is used to generate either DNS resource records that are published authoritatively or responses to domain-name availability lookup requests or Whois queries, for some or all of those names.
Registry Database means a database comprising registry data in relation to a SLD;
Registry Database means an electronic database comprising of Registry Data in an SLD;

Examples of Registry Database in a sentence

  • Registrar disclaims all rights to exclusive ownership or use of the data elements listed in Subsections 3.2.1.1 through 3.2.1.3 for all Registered Names submitted by Registrar to the Registry Database for, or sponsored by Registrar in, each gTLD for which it is Accredited.


More Definitions of Registry Database

Registry Database means an electronic database comprising of Registry Data;
Registry Database means a database comprising of Registry Data in relation to an SLD;
Registry Database means a database maintained by a Registry Operator that contains data about one or more DNS domain names, including, without limitation, Registered Domain Names, that is used to generate DNS resource records, responses to domain-name availability lookup requests or Whois queries or for any other purposes permitted under any applicable Policies.
Registry Database means the infrastructure used to store the CSC Data. For the purposes of this Agreement, infrastructure includes, but is not limited to, engine, server, operating systems, applications, tools and associated source codes used to store the CSC Data.
Registry Database means a database containing the Registry Data.
Registry Database refers to a database containing the Registry data.
Registry Database means an electronic database comprising of Registry data in an SLD;