Eurex Gateway

7.17.40.2

Released: Feb 26, 2014 File Size: 0
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Important Notes

Eurex Gateway 7.17.40 does not support trading for KRX products. Customers trading KRX products, should not upgrade to this version of the gateway. TT will release a new version of the gateway in the near future, that will add support for KRX products.
Eurex Gateway 7.17.40 uses FFT3 field to pass RegulatoryID(tag 25029 in ETI interface) to the exchange. Note that previous versions of the gateway passed FFT3 field in FreeText1(tag 25007 in ETI interface), FreeText1 field is no longer supported.

Why Should I Upgrade?

TT Gateways 7.17.40 add support for passing RegulatoryID tag to the exchange.

System Requirements

TT Gateways 7.17.40 add support for passing RegulatoryID tag to the exchange.

Installation Notes

Enhancements

  1. Order Server
    1. Added support to pass Regulatory ID to the exchange. The field is also logged in the Audit file log. (Ref 227011)

    2. Introduced configuration parameter AlgoRange to set the allowed range for the RegulatoryID generation. (Ref 227420)

Fixes

  1. Order Server
    1. Volatility Trade strategies prices are now reported in the correct format to the exchange. (Ref 225885)

Known Issues

  1. Fill Server
    1. The Fill Server might display manual fills from previous sessions if it does not process any fills over the course of the number of days configured by the "Trim-File-Interval" parameter in the AConfig Utility. (Ref 128329)

  2. Order Server
    1. Log files can grow to a significant size if the gateway is misconfigured. (Ref 218444)

    2. Some spread legs fills can be reported incorrectly after the market reset event. (Ref 226114)

  3. Price Server
    1. Stale prices and cross markets can be displayed on the connected clients after the exchange product failover. The Price Server needs to be restarted to resolve the issue. (Ref 221969)

    2. Synthetic SE orders can incorrectly trigger when prices are not recovered correctly after a network disruption. (Ref 222692)