I'm using the curl sample to upload a pdf to extract text which used to work in the past. But suddenly for a OCR run today I get the following response: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <error> ResourceNotFound <message>The specified resource does not exist. RequestId:46bb199b-55d9-438c-8287-f5bf0e86c2e6 Time:2014-07-23T15:28:53.1078789Z </message> </error>

I'm using the ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK Service.

Any ideas?

asked 23 Jul '14, 19:43

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I am getting the same thing. Was working in the past.

(24 Jul '14, 00:53) EricN

This is still happening. Can someone from ABBYY please take a look?

(25 Jul '14, 10:32) EricN

Sorry for the inconvenience. Could you please send to CloudOCRSDK@abbyy.com the logs from any HTTP-debugger to let us investigate the issue (for example, Fiddler)?

(25 Jul '14, 19:02) Anastasia Ga... ♦♦

I just emailed more info to you about this error.

(25 Jul '14, 21:17) EricN

Thank you for your patience! The developer has made some fixes in the sample code: https://github.com/abbyysdk/ocrsdk.com/commit/36bf62e397fa3d5a3e97fa181a60a7ecb6172cb1

Now the sample code from github works.


answered 28 Jul '14, 21:04

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