A domain record’s internal identifier.
A domain’s name including top-level domain, for example “example.com”.
Network address the domain is associated with.
A unique number denoting the latest revision of a domain. Whenever a domain is changed its corresponding serial number is also changed. Serial numbers typically follow the format yyyymmdd## where yyyy is the current year, mm is the current month, dd is the current day of the month, and ## is the number of the revision for that day. A domain’s serial number is automatically updated when edited via the API.
The date that this domain record was last updated.
A flag indicating that the dns domain record is a managed resource.
The individual records contained within a domain record. These include but are not limited to A, AAAA, MX, CTYPE, SPF and TXT records.
The secondary DNS record that defines this domain as being managed through zone transfers.
The start of authority (SOA) record contains authoritative and propagation details for a DNS zone. This property is not considered in requests to createObject and editObject.
A count of the individual records contained within a domain record. These include but are not limited to A, AAAA, MX, CTYPE, SPF and TXT records.