X_TRADER®

7.17.87.0

Released: Nov 21, 2018 File Size: 105734344
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Important Notes

X_TRADER 7.17.87 is released with a new Price Display Type to support reduced ticking of the CME 2-Year Treasury Note futures, spreads, and the futures portion of covered options UDS. The Go Live date for reduced ticking on these products is Sunday, January 13 2019 (trade date Monday, January 14). The following application and Gateway versions support the reduced ticking:

- X_TRADER® 7.17.87 or higher
- X_RISK 7.17.86 or higher
- FIX Adapter 7.18.7 or higher
- TTAPI 7.17.86 or higher
- X_TRADER® API 7.17.86 or higher
- Algo SE 7.17.86 or higher
- Synthetic SE 7.17.86 or higher
- Autospreader® 7.17.86 or higher
- CME Gateway 7.18.42 or higher

Why Should I Upgrade?

X_TRADER 7.17.87 is released with a new Price Display Type to support reduced ticking of the CME 2-Year Treasury Note futures, spreads, and the futures portion of covered options UDS. The Go Live date for reduced ticking on these products is Sunday, January 13 2019 (trade date Monday, January 14).

System Requirements

X_TRADER 7.17.87 is released with a new Price Display Type to support reduced ticking of the CME 2-Year Treasury Note futures, spreads, and the futures portion of covered options UDS. The Go Live date for reduced ticking on these products is Sunday, January 13 2019 (trade date Monday, January 14).

Installation Notes

When upgrading from existing versions, TT strongly recommends making a backup of your workspaces in a separate location.
  1. X_TRADER® 7.17.x supports workspaces from previous versions of X_TRADER® 7.17.x and 7.12.x.

  2. X_TRADER® 7.17.x supports upgrades from previous versions of X_TRADER® 7.17.x and 7.12.x.

  3. If your current software is older than X_TRADER® 7.12.x, TT recommends uninstalling your existing old software and performing a clean install.

Enhancements

  1. Prices
    1. Added support for a new reduced ticking price display type of 1/8 of 32nds for CME 2 Year Treasury Notes. Note that although a decimal is used to delimit the full point price portion from the fractional portion of the price, these prices do NOT represent decimal prices. (Ref 236918)

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Known Issues