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Logging performance results to SQL DB (MC.NET)

I track my trades in a separate SQL database and was wondering if anyone here implemented something similar for MC.net?

My initial thought is to simply override OnBrokerStategyOrderFilled() , see if the last position change was an exit and if so log the trade performance data to the SQL Db. but I don't want to recreate the wheel if someone else has already done this

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