Hi @zoya.farberov , thanks for the reply. I was able to make the example work now. What I found out is that although I am contributing to MARKETLINK, I should set openItemStream with serviceName "IDN_SELECTFEED" in the sendItemRequests().
Thanks for helping me out!
You are submitting a message that is not recognized as a valid MarketLink post.
Perhaps you will find this answer "Contribution via RFA" useful.
Once you have tried following the suggested approach, please let us know, if you are able to post succefully, or continue to encounter this error.
@jake.lu Also note that MLIP contributions system is being replaced with Thomson Reuters Cotribution Channel. If you are still using MLIP, please contact your account manager for migration path.
Here is an article and tutorial on how to contribute using TRCC in Java.https://developers.thomsonreuters.com/article/contributing-your-data-thomson-reuters
It seems to indicate that your infrastructure, ADS, is refusing the Post request.
As possible next steps I would:
1. Run a simple example consumer and make sure the same user is able to consume item TEST01=RBCN from service MARKETLINK
2. Verify the message being posted includes the payload (as recommended in the answer by Wasin, an update, not a refresh, with a field list) as I see payload of "none" in status.
3. Would contact your local market data group to try to get the insight into you infra log, is ADS reporting the attempt and what is in the log.
I agree with Gurpreet, intergating with Contribution Channel would be recommended.