‘The Dutch trade register needs significant changes in the field of ICT.’
This is my modeling: https://whois.hostingtool.nl/whois_list_modeling/
issue: At https://kvk.nl just one domain is shown.
proposal: Do no limit in the detail screen to just one url;
issue: English language is not supported in advanced search, and its url.
proposal: Make also readable in English for eg a .eu domain by ‘EURid vzw’;
issue: Strict search, instead of the current wild search, is not available.
proposal: Add a ‘strict search’ form field to be ticked or not;
issue: SIDN pays for retrieval, otherwise the registry cannot rely on complete naming information.
proposal: Include public retrieval in indirect costs;
issue: A business holder may already enter several url’s in his / her portal.
issue: A multi-occurrence look-up tool was modeled by me as shown above.
proposal: Provide a realtime check on holder’s name etc. from SIDN (.nl), and other registries;
issue: An organization may feel the need to be in control regarding its web domains.
proposal: Email Whois status two months before an organization’s fiscal year ends;
Suggested data structure:
– public listing of a web domain of the organization based on ‘domain_web_publish’: no / yes;
– grid field ‘trade_name?’: no retrieval / does exactly match / does almost match / does not match;
– grid field ‘web_id?’: no retrieval / code invalid / does match / does not match.
Regarding financial statements:
Output needs to be sufficient for an organization to be in control.
Per balance sheet date could cause a storage and / or performance problem.
For auditing, a six-monthly audit is, I think, sufficient for timely improvement.
No holder name shown in SIDN’s Whois for a .nl domain, is caused by type ‘Non-business use’.
Spelling and legal naming copied from Dutch websites: