Playing around with litecoin json-rpc running on windows (the API is the same as bitcoin, so I am using bitcoin's references).
litecoin.conf has the following data:
rpcuser=user rpcpassword=pass txindex=1
Based on the documentation I started the core client as
.\litecoind.exe -server, and it looks like it works just fine because I can run various commands from another window (
.\litecoin-cli.exe getblockcount and many other work as expected).
Now I wanted to make some json-rpc calls and I tried Go's library which bitcoin's developers recommend. I used the example from that library's github and the only modifications which I introduced were my
pass in the definition of the
The code fails during the execution of client.GetBlockCount() with an error:
Post http://localhost:8332: dial tcp [::1]:8332: connectex: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it.
I think that the problem is with json-rpc server but I have no idea how to verify that it works properly. Any idea how to fix it?
Post https://localhost:8332: dial tcp [::1]:8332: connectex: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it.