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Bug in from_json_to_df in PyDSWS

Hi,

It seems that, as of yesterday, there is a bug when converting dates with from_json_to_df

the following is coded:

import PyDSWS as pyDS
ds = pyDS.Datastream(username='xxxxx', password='yyyyy')
sec = ds.get_data(tickers='S&PCOMP', fields='PI', start='2001-09-05', end='2001-09-15', freq='D')

and the resulting output is:

File "C:\ProgramData\Anaconda3\lib\site-packages\PyDSWS\datastream.py", line 102, in get_data
df = self.from_json_to_df(response)

File "C:\ProgramData\Anaconda3\lib\site-packages\PyDSWS\datastream.py", line 41, in from_json_to_df
if response_json['Dates']:

KeyError: 'Dates'

Not sure why this error is occuring after running soomthly over the past weeks.
Same error occurs btw for different ticker and date requests.

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Can you please verify the output with this test page: https://product.datastream.com/DswsClient/Docs/TestRestV1.aspx?

1. Execute Get Token to retrieve the token

2. Use the retrieved token to execute Data (HTTP GET)


Then, verify the retrieved response.


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