Support for brackets/OCO/OCA
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3/26/2019


Is there any functionality provided in the S#.API for creating conditional orders? I want to generate an OCO, but don't see anything documented about this.
I'm setting up using Rithmic, so I assume the feature would be system specific.
Does S# simply not support this basic feature?



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Mikhail Sukhov

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Date: 3/26/2019
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Sure we support that.
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Jason

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Date: 3/26/2019
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I assumed that given "OCA", "OCO", "bracket", "dependent" or anything else related to dependant trades occurs in the documentation, it's not supported.
Before committing to buying I'd like to see if this system will meet our needs. Is the OCA feature using the native broker systems or does it have to be manually coded in a local running service? The broker wanting to use our system uses Rithmic, but we place the entire order structure on at the start of the day as a hierarchy of OCAs, so are you saying the system supports it natively or will we have to run a local process to track all market changes and trigger the order cancellation and subsequent order placement ourselves?
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Mikhail Sukhov

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Date: 3/26/2019
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We do not provide any local service except internal server sides.

Rithmic connector is for free. You can use it anytime anywhere you want.
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Jason

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Date: 3/26/2019
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Can you point me to a documentation page that describes an Order being used in an OCA?
Re payment, I was referring to buying a support plan, which I intend doing if the product is usable for our purpose.
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Mikhail Sukhov

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Date: 3/26/2019
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Rithmic connector is for free without any payments. Support isn’t required. You can use it as is.
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Jason

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Date: 3/27/2019
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Mikhail Sukhov Go to
Rithmic connector is for free without any payments. Support isn’t required. You can use it as is.


Yes! I already know that, but this doesn't help answer the question I've asked three times now; where is the information on how to do dependent or bracketed orders from the API?
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Mikhail Sukhov

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Date: 3/27/2019
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Jason,

Currently, we have only that free and public section - https://doc.stocksharp.com You can use it as is.

There are a lot of sections related for specified platform feature. For example, Rithmic section located here https://doc.stocksharp.c...54-b5ae-0315b4186522.htm Please help your self and read our manual.
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Jason

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Date: 4/3/2019
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OK, that's very useful. Does this mean that OCO (or OCA) structures are all connector specific?
For example, I see in the InteractiveBrokers connector a series of OCA related properties, BitFinex mentions OCOs, but Rithmic has no mention of anything related to OCOs.
Is this because it's not supported, or am I missing something fundamental?

I'm really struggling to get what seems to be a very basic question answered here, so perhaps I'm just wording it incorrectly?
Is there any built-in way to submit an OCO or OCA on Rithmic, or is it only on IB and BitFinex? If so, can you can point me to a documentation page related to it?

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Jason

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Date: 4/11/2019
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Hi,
I love the idea of using this library as a semi-generic solution, but I'm finding it impossible to get started due to the scarce information. The link you gave (and a search of the entire documentation) doesn't give any indication as to how you might implement an OCO using Rithmic.
If I pay for 90 days support will I be able to get this question answered?
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Mikhail Sukhov

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Date: 4/11/2019
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Hi,

Write me to mika stocksharp email. We will review your issues by email conversation.
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