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"Web apps" are services which allow their customers to use their own domain, that is to associate their domain with their web app account. Many online services, such as blogging and email platforms, offer their users the option to use their own domain.
Anyone can add a connection using the "UpdateDNSZone" command.
In general, the command will contain one or more of the following elements:
- An : this will copy the relevant DNS settings from a reference zone to the desired zone set in the command. It will also delete any resource records of the same type for the specified DNS zone (e.g. for your root domain). Your zone will be automatically updated accordingly if there are any changes to the reference zone. You can learn more about the X-ALIAS-<RR> system (alias xDNS record sets) here.
- Custom resource record(s): these will be specific to the web app, and may or may not differ for each customer using that web app. For example, a web app provider may specify a random CNAME host/destination to be used by a customer when connecting their domain.
- A redirect record: this will redirect the 'www' site to the root domain. E.g. http://www.mydomain.com will resolve to http://mydomain.com.
- Deletion of resource records: this will delete existing X-ALIAS-<RR> record(s), removing any existing web apps utilizing the same type of resource records.
Supported Web Apps and API Commands
|Web App||API Command|
|about.me|| COMMAND: UpdateDNSZone
EXTENDED: 1 DNSZONE = mydomain.com. ADDRR0: @ IN X-ALIAS-A-WEBAPP aboutme.webapp.ispapi.net. ADDRR1: www IN X-HTTP / REDIRECT http:// + domain DELRR0: @ IN X-ALIAS-A-WEBAPP DELRR1: @ IN X-ALIAS-AAAA-WEBAPP DELRR2: @ IN X-ALIAS-TXT-WEBAPP
|Name||Effect||Games found in|
|Poké Ball||Regular Poké Ball||All versions|
|Great Ball||Better than a Poké Ball||All versions|