Duckling is not working for entity extraction

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Rasa version: Rasa 1.1.8

Rasa X version (if used & relevant):

Python version: python3.6.7

Operating system (windows, osx, …): linux

Issue: Duckling is not working for entity extraction I’ve done testing is done using curl -XPOST http://0.0.0.0:8000/parse --data ‘locale=en_GB&text=“the first Tuesday of October”’ it will give o/p:
[{“body”:“the first Tuesday of October”,“start”:1,“value”:{“values”:[{“value”:“2019-10-01T00:00:00.000-07:00”,“grain”:“day”,“type”:“value”}],“value”:“2019-10-01T00:00:00.000-07:00”,“grain”:“day”,“type”:“value”},“end”:29,“dim”:“time”,“latent”:false}] but when I will try it out in RASA than it produce empty entity , so how can I Implement it in my rasa code

Content of configuration file (config.yml) (if relevant):

pipeline: supervised_embeddings
  - name: rasa_addons.nlu.components.language_setter.LanguageSetter
  - name: WhitespaceTokenizer
  - name: CountVectorsFeaturizer
  - name: EmbeddingIntentClassifier
  - BILOU_flag: true
    name: CRFEntityExtractor
    features:
      - [low, title, upper]
      - [low, bias, prefix5, prefix2, suffix5, suffix3, suffix2, upper, title, digit, pattern]
      - [low, title, upper]
  - name: rasa_addons.nlu.components.gazette.Gazette
  - name: EntitySynonymMapper
  - name: components.botfront.duckling_http_extractor.DucklingHTTPExtractor
    url: http://duckling:8000
    dimensions: 
    - "number"
    - "time"
    - "duration"  
    locale: en_US
    timezone: Europe/Berlin

Content of domain file (domain.yml) (if relevant):

Try

  • name: “DucklingHTTPExtractor” in config

Did you start the docker container running on port 8000? (guess yes, since you mentioned curl, but just asking again)

yes I’ve tried it

  • name: “DucklingHTTPExtractor” url: “http://localhost:8000” locale: “en_US” dimensions: [“time”] thanks!