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Remote management orders and trades

Does anyone know the author of this thing? Or knows how this can be done?



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Does anyone know the author of this thing? Or knows how this can be done?

Hi traderCME - the video use a SIM account and appears to just place, amend and cancel a number of SIM orders that are then just cleared from memory.

What is your specific questions about how this can be done? What specifically are you after?

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On the video - monitoring system and managing orders and trades. Works remotely.

My question is how to develop this program?

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On the video - monitoring system and managing orders and trades. Works remotely.

My question is how to develop this program?

Thanks for clarifying - what do you mean by remote management?

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The ability to remotely cancel orders and close positions.

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This is using the ATI interface
I do that also to inject orders in NT for execution from my proprietary engine.

I can place and order, monitor it, change stop/target, cancel, etc...

Two possibilities :

1. use the ninjatrader.client.dll
if you are writing in c#

2. sniff the traffic on port 36973, it's a very easy protocol
then you can do it from any programming language

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This is using the ATI interface
I do that also to inject orders in NT for execution from my proprietary engine.

I can place and order, monitor it, change stop/target, cancel, etc...

Two possibilities :

1. use the ninjatrader.client.dll
if you are writing in c#

2. sniff the traffic on port 36973, it's a very easy protocol
then you can do it from any programming language

Hi rleplae - what do we mean by remote management? Remote with respect to what?

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ATI interface is it running remotely? I dont' think

On the video - using of the indicator (not ATI)

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ATI interface is it running remotely? I dont' think

On the video - using of the indicator (not ATI)

1. ATI on the ninjatrader side listens on tcp/ip socket
From "remote", anywhere where you have tcp/ip, you can talk to the socket

2. you can also create a server and a client, to do remote things and inject in
the ATI.

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ATI interface does not work on the direct (free) version of the NT

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