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Using online databases with market data

Does anyone know if there is a method where a market data feed can directly feed data into an online server for storage using MySQL? I know how to do it with an open platform such as ninjatrader with live data, but not automatically without using any platform.

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This data "20060308 153355;01290.25;7" is continuously uploaded into a MySQL database. Possible?

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Does anyone know if there is a method where a market data feed can directly feed data into an online server for storage using MySQL? I know how to do it with an open platform such as ninjatrader with live data, but not automatically without using any platform.

Example:

This data "20060308 153355;01290.25;7" is continuously uploaded into a MySQL database. Possible?

Thanks!

I think @Big Mike had done that a while ago. He might have code somewhere to get you started.

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Hi,

You could have a look at this thread: https://futures.io/platforms-indicators/2516-tick-database-storage.html

And also at the few threads which contain "SQL" in their title:
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