FIX Adapter

7.8.11.3

Released: Jan 31, 2014 File Size: 0
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Important Notes

    • Administrator
      • This release of FIX Adapter contains Guardian 7.9.7. Installing Guardian 7.9.2 or higher has licensing implications for any customers who are currently using or planning to use TT API. Prior to installing this, such customers should consult with their TAMs.

Why Should I Upgrade?

FIX Adapter 7.8.11 adds "by security name" support for ICE_IPE IPE e-Brent February 2016 and March 2016 contract months.

System Requirements

FIX Adapter 7.8.11 adds "by security name" support for ICE_IPE IPE e-Brent February 2016 and March 2016 contract months.

Installation Notes

  1. Windows Server 2008 R2
    1. After installing or upgrading FIX Adapter on a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine, the Windows registry key "DisableDHCPMediaSense" must be set back to '0'.

  2. Upgrades
    1. Customers should contact their Technical Account Manager for data migration assistance prior to upgrading from FIX Adapter versions prior to 7.6.0.

    2. Upgrades from pre-7.8.x versions of FIX Adapter must take place over a weekend and sessions must be reset prior to the first startup after the upgrade. Historical fills from before the upgrade will be unavailable.

    3. If your current FIX Adapter is 32-bit running on a 64-bit operating system and you would like to upgrade to the 64-bit FIX Adapter, you must uninstall your existing version and perform a clean install of the 64-bit version.

  3. Reboot
    1. This release is packaged with TT Chron 7.7.3. After installing FIX Adapter, the user may be prompted to reboot the machine. This is needed in order for TT Chron's TTK utility to function without having to specify the full path (<root>:\tt\ttchron\ttk.exe).

Enhancements

  1. General
    1. Added support specifying the ICE_IPE IPE e-Brent February 2016 and March 2016 futures and options contract months, or spreads and strategies containing a February 2016 or March 2016 leg, with monthly contract terms in FIX client requests "by security name" by providing tag 205 (MaturityDay) in addition to tag 200 (MaturityMonthYear), and tag 314 (UnderlyingMaturityDay) in addition to tag 313 (UnderlyingMaturityMonthYear) for spreads and strategies. (Ref 226697)

Fixes

  1. Orders / Fills
    1. Fixed an issue that could prevent FIX Adapter from rejecting "by security name" order submissions when two or more instruments cannot be distinguished "by security name". (Ref 226698)

Known Issues