The Domains API allows you to send URL-based HTTP or HTTPS GET requests. You must add the request parameters that correspond to the API operation being called. After you call the API, the system returns a response.
The endpoint of the Domains API is
You can send requests over the HTTP or HTTPS protocols. We recommend that you send requests over the HTTPS protocol for a higher level of security.
You can send requests by using the HTTP GET and POST methods. When the HTTP GET method is used, the request parameters must be included in the request URL.
For each request, the operation to be performed must be specified by using the Action parameter (for example, CheckDomain). For each operation, request parameters include common and operation-specific parameters.
- When the HTTP GET method is used, the request parameters must be included in the request URL.
- When the HTTP POST method is used, the request parameters are included in the HEAD.
All the examples in this document use the GET method.
The request and response are encoded in UTF-8.