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Esignal Datafeed API.

HI all,
is there fellow members here who use Ninjatrader and Esignal data feed?
Esignal's data isn't bad (much better and complete than say IB's). However, Esignal's current API is 32 bit only. That means it won't work with NT7 64 Bits.
I have written to Esignal, but they have not ETA. If there's anyone who is using the nt7/esignal combination, please let me know. Perhaps with more voices, Esignal can get it done quicker.
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I would think the limitation is with Ninja rather than esignal as esignal works just fine with MC 64 bit. So probably contacting Ninja might be a good idea rather than contacting esignal.

PS: Not sure - which version of esignal API is used by MC 64 bit though.

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I would think the limitation is with Ninja rather than esignal as esignal works just fine with MC 64 bit. So probably contacting Ninja might be a good idea rather than contacting esignal.

PS: Not sure - which version of esignal API is used by MC 64 bit though.

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When I inquired NT customer service, they told me it is Esignal who needs to upgrade to a 64BIT data module.

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It is possible to run ESIGNAL Datafeed in a 64bit environment of IB TWS, you need to copy the dbcapi.dll from "\Common Files\Interactive Data" to the JTS folder of ESIGNAL. So in my opinion it is not a problem of Esignal. I tried to replace the dbcapi.dll in NT 64bit, but this does not solve the problem.

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esignal data feed into NT7

i`m running NT7 32 bit with an esignal data feed and it mostly runs v.well. I haven`t tried it yet on 64 bit...

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Hi Everybody,

Yes, eSignal does have a 64-bit API, we have been using it in our 64-bit version of MTPredictor v7.5 for the last 6 months. It works brilliantly

I hope this helps ?

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Hi Everybody,

Yes, eSignal does have a 64-bit API, we have been using it in our 64-bit version of MTPredictor v7.5 for the last 6 months. It works brilliantly

I hope this helps ?

Steve Griffiths

Maybe Steve, but until now Its Ninja that have so far refused to support the eSignal 64 bit I/F that has been around for ages, I think because they have given priority (technical and marketing) to Kinetic (aka IQFeed). I still use eSignal 32 bit and Ninja 32 bit but would like to have a NinjaTrader supported switchover, not urgent though, stuff still runs like the wind for me.

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Maybe Steve, but until now Its Ninja that have so far refused to support the eSignal 64 bit I/F that has been around for ages, I think because they have given priority (technical and marketing) to Kinetic (aka IQFeed). I still use eSignal 32 bit and Ninja 32 bit but would like to have a NinjaTrader supported switchover, not urgent though, stuff still runs like the wind for me.

Ray will be talking about NT8 on futures.io (formerly BMT) next week, you can ask him if NT8 will be any different.

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Maybe Steve, but until now Its Ninja that have so far refused to support the eSignal 64 bit I/F that has been around for ages, I think because they have given priority (technical and marketing) to Kinetic (aka IQFeed). I still use eSignal 32 bit and Ninja 32 bit but would like to have a NinjaTrader supported switchover, not urgent though, stuff still runs like the wind for me.

Yep, I agree, it would be nice to see eSignal 64-bit support in Ninja 8.

I was just letting people know that eSignal do have (and have had for a while) a 64-bit API.

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Wondering if Ray @NinjaTrader answered the question whether 64 bit NT 8 is going to support esignal?

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