Already checked that everything (Jupyter notebook, eikon) the latest version, Opened EIKON when running the code in notebook, eikon packege installed and running, just couldn't use ek.set_app_key('xxxxmy key here')
used a ps1 file found on this website to get the current results, no idea how to fix the problem
I've tried using this website for troubleshotting
I used what's in this, in step 4 it's SUPPOSED to be like
While my file looks like
Still not a clue
also I used eikon.get_port_number()
and it outputs 9060
don't know if that helps
To check if Eikon API Proxy is really running, open http://localhost:9000/api/status
If you have following response :
That means that python script failed for other reason (like this thread)
Hi! Thanks. Right now I'm able to set key and I will just list what I did here in case anybody wants to know.
Just like what I mentioned in the question, the .portInUse file was not found. I manually created \AppData\Local\Thomson Reuters\Eikon API Proxy\.portInUse (a notepad text file) with 9000 as its content, but it's still not working.
I used this website again
and by looking at the s x s log file I found out that the actual port EIKON is using is port 9060.
After that I'm able to set key.
So I changed the text file from 9000 to 9060.
http://localhost:9060/api/status gives me the following output. While I still have no idea that means, I'm finally able to use set_app_key()...
Thank god it's resolved.