Watch My Domains SED supports unlimited number of custom data columns. You can also automatically extract data into these columns after a whois lookup.
Global Extraction Tokens
Global extraction tokens are strings present in raw whois text that identify the data you want to extract. You should first identify the extract string tokens that you want to use. You can find more details here.
If the raw whois contains
Registrant Organization: ABCD Inc
and you want to extract ABCD Inc into a custom column called Registrant Org, you will need to create global tokens similar to
(The database field for Registrant Org will be registrant_org. You can convert column names to field names by making everything lowercase and replacing blank spaces with underscore).
The first line
is always needed to load the default parse table.
To add global extraction tokens, click the ‘Whois Setup’ button in the sidebar and open the ‘Extraction’ tab. Type in * as the whois server and click ‘Go’. Then specify the extraction tokens and click ‘Submit Changes’.