Error: HTTP failure: 450

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Kornel Pylak posted this 24 June 2018

After updating R and package AbbyyR I receive an error: HTTP failure: 450 when executing processImage command. Anyone knows what is going on? I am running out of given time...

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Koen de Leijer posted this 25 June 2018

Hi

HTTP-Error 450 is a Windows-specific error
 
450 Blocked by Windows Parental Controls (Microsoft)
The Microsoft extension code indicated when Windows Parental Controls are turned on and are blocking access to the requested webpage
Details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HTTP_status_codes

Please check your firewall and/or network-settings
 
Best regards
Koen de Leijer

Kornel Pylak posted this 25 June 2018

Thanks, Koen

What if I am using Mac / RStudio (1.1.453) for Mac? I tried also on another Mac with the same result... I have also tried to connect to other wifi (from my iPhone) to avoid router connection. The same. 

I am not sure but everything was okay until I upgraded R to version 3.5.0 and had to install abbyyR package again. 

Bests, 

Kornel

LucaPelle posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi,

I'm having the exact same problem: both processImage and ocrFile functions of the abbyyR do not work anymore.

I'm also running R Studio on a Mac, and the problem appear after updating the abbyyR package last month.

Has this issue been solved? Can anybody help?

 

Thanks

Luca

Oksana Serdyuk posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello,

As we have already answered in the similar post, this abbyyR project is not provided by the ABBYY company and this is not the property of the company. One of our customer has published his own code sample in R programming language, which uses ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK as OCR technology. Unfortunately, we do not know any details of implementation of this project and we cannot guarantee its work or consult regarding its usage.

Please try to debug your code using any of your favorite HTTP debugger. For Windows we can recommend to use the Fiddler debugger or you can use Charles or any its analogue for Mac. Such debuggers allow to see what requests do you send to the server and what are the responses.

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