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I am trying to Resolve my ENS Name to the corresponding Contract Address. But so far I get the error

org.web3j.tx.exceptions.ContractCallException: Empty value (0x) returned from contract

I am using web3j version 4.5.11 which should support ENS Names.

So far I found out that the ENS Name ethereum.eth is being resolved but other ENS Name throw an error.

My guess is that the Public Resolver from web3j is wrong or out-dated.

I use the Public Resolver: 0x42D63ae25990889E35F215bC95884039Ba354115

Here is my code:

Web3j web3j = getWeb3J();

    Credentials credentials = getCredentials();
    EnsResolver ensResolver = new EnsResolver(web3j);

    String contractAddress = ensResolver.resolve(ensName);
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  • Did you manage how to do it? Commented Aug 29, 2020 at 2:35

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According to the latest docs:

The ENS registry is deployed at 0x00000000000C2E074eC69A0dFb2997BA6C7d2e1e. This same address is used across Mainnet, Ropsten, Rinkeby and Goerli.

Check out this: docs.ens.domains/ens-deployments. Hope this helps.

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