ICE Gateway

Released: May 08, 2015 File Size: 0
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Important Notes

Why Should I Upgrade?

ICE Gateways 7.17.75 resolve a few critical issues reported in the production environment. Refer to the release notes below for further details.

System Requirements

ICE Gateways 7.17.75 resolve a few critical issues reported in the production environment. Refer to the release notes below for further details.

Installation Notes

X_Trader 7.17.50 or higher version should be used with ICE Gateway 7.17.75 or higher version to correctly calculate Net Change for products that has different price precision for traded price and settlement price.


  1. Account
    1. AOTC (Avoid Orders That Cross) check will only be performed for Limit and Iceberg orders. (Ref 229756)

  2. Logging
    1. Position reserve orders are flagged in audit log. (Ref 229193)

  3. Order Server
    1. X_Trader FFT3 field will now be mapped to the ICE API tag 9121 (memofield) as part of all orders. (Ref 229485)

    2. Added support for Butterfly and Condor strategies for Energy futures contracts. (Ref 230820)

  4. Price Server
    1. Settlement price will now be displayed with the correct precision. (Ref 230570)

    2. Settlement prices are updated only after the session change. Previously, settlement prices were updated intraday for products that close earlier during the trading session. (Ref 230644)

    3. Added support for ICE Singapore product group. TT User Setup 7.17.65 or higher is required to restrict users' subscriptions for the new product group. (Ref 230782)

    4. Configuration files were updated to support ICE Singapore market. For further detail refer to TT Advisory NI018. (Ref 230935)

  5. Risk Limits
    1. Enhanced price reasonability to perform checks during pre-open and other non-matching states. TT User Setup 7.17.40 is required to configure the price range setting. (Ref 229575)

    2. Enhanced price reasonability checks to reject orders when there is no market data. This setting is configurable in TT User Setup 7.17.40 and higher. (Ref 229576)


  1. Order Server
    1. A 'FrmHst' (from exchange to TT application) event has been added to the TT audit file. (Ref 229286)

Known Issues

  1. General
    1. Adding a space to the beginning of the section name, such as [ OrderServer], can cause the following sections of the hostinfo.cfg file to function incorrectly; [OrderServer], [OrderSession#], and [SpreadRatios]. (Ref 128858)

  2. Market Window
    1. A valid session high or session low price of '0' for future or energy products incorrectly displays as blank in X_TRADER. (Ref 211953)

  3. Order Server
    1. Limit orders that are restated in FIX Adapter are missing a limit price. (Ref 143127)

    2. Resetting the FIX session triggers a resend request to the exchange, which increases the time the Order Server takes to become ready for trading (a green indicator). All orders and fills will be correct and the Order Server will function correctly. (Ref 198329)

    3. In an order book sharing scenario, if the originator of the order enters a hold order and if another trader tries to modify that hold order after the originator of the hold order is logged out, then the hold order gets rejected by the exchange when it is resubmitted. (Ref 210095)

    4. The ICE exchange has suggested that their recommended 15 second window for subsequent login may not be sufficient for some market conditions and for some customers. Customers experiencing login failures should add "ReconnectInterval=20" in the [server_settings] section of hostinfo.cfg file to extend the time between login attempts. (Ref 213694)

  4. Price Server
    1. Point values for certain futures and energy products are incorrectly populated following a clean install. To correct the values, the Guardian product table must be initially populated by running the Price Server, then manually updated with the correct point values found in the Exchange Product Database. (Ref 109107)

    2. The Price Server does not publish high and low prices for Trade at Settlement (TAS) contracts that are traded at "0" price. (Ref 165107)

    3. Following a network disconnect, the Price Server can run out of memory and crash. (Ref 203446)

    4. Some user defined strategies are not categorized correctly by the Price Server. (Ref 218346)

    5. The Price Server calculates Time and Sales, it may occasionally set the wrong side as the aggressor. (Ref 221156)