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Mark
2010-11-15 07:11:52


Hi,

Why am I getting NameResolutionFailure while downloading the NSE and BSE index data?

Thanks,

Mark



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2010-11-15 09:55:02

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Best Answer
This is certainly because of a problem in your Internet connection.

Click on "Update" then "Parser" to see the URL that is used to download data and then call this URL in your browser to see if it works.



Mark
2010-11-18 00:49:00

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Thanks. All is working well now.

Regards,

Mark



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