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EZD testclient command execution error

Tried executing

rmdstestclient -S ELEKTRON_DD -il MRN_STORY -md 33 -X -v -u USERNAME

and faced below error

Service: ELEKTRON_DD ConnectionType: rssl ServerHostname: localhost SipcVersi
on: 4
Number of Connection Count = 1
Creating RSSL connection Host: localhost Port: 14002
rsslInitChannel() returned -1, Error <......\Ripc\Impl\ripcsrvr.c:5208> ripcCo
nnecting() Error: 1002 client connect() failed. System errno: (10057)

could you please suggest what needs to be done here

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Hello @hemalata.gavade

Would you like to consume MRN_STORY?

If yes, rmdstestclient cannot be used. Data of News Text Analytics domain(33) is compressed using zlib prior to splitting into fragments (if required). To consume News Text Analytics data i.e. MRN_STORY, a consumer needs to re-assemble the fragments and unzip the completed buffer(data) before it can be used. Unfortunately, rmdstestclient does not perform this that’s why rmdstestclient cannot be used to consume MRN_STORY.

Anyway, you can use the following example application to get MRN_STORY:

Your rmdstestclient command does not specify the server(-h <server hostname>) and port(-p <server port number) so rmdstestclient tries to connect to localhost(the default hostname) at port 14002(the default port). If EZD is not running on the localhost at port 14002, the error is shown. Please check EZD if it is running properly.

Hope this help.

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EZD is running on local host.

Hello @hemalata.gavade

To be able to investigate the problem, Please do following @jirapongse.phuriphanvichai 's answer.

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Winsock error 10057 is "Socket is not connected.". I got the same error code if the port 14002 is not listening on the machine.

First, you need to verify the ezd.log in order to make sure that it runs properly. Then, you can use "netstat -anb" command to verify if the TCP port 14002 is used by the EZD process.

To verify the problem, please share the ezd.log and output from the "netstat -anb" command.

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