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Is there a direct way to set up the Tick History REST API for R programming environment?

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Hello @Pro1997

Do you mean the Tick History REST API? If so, there is a series of how to setup Tick History REST API with R Language articles as following:

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in Part - 2

url <- "https://hosted.datascopeapi.reuters.com/RestApi/v1/StandardExtractions/UserPackages"

r <- GET(url,add_headers(prefer = "respond-async",Authorization = token))

stop_for_status(r)

a<-content(r, "parsed", "application/json", encoding="UTF-8")

List of 2

$ @odata.context: chr "https://hosted.datascopeapi.reuters.com/RestApi/v1/$metadata#UserPackages"

$ value : list()


The list is empty for me. Could you help me a solve for the same/any particular reason this is happening ?

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Hello @Pro1997

Sorry for late reply, could you please test the same query and parameters in the Postman application? You can download TRTH Postman collection in TRTH download page.


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