@orpheus@AlokGaira@shrini-viswanath So today also there is issue which we couldn't cancel the orders with the API. So you are taking money and providing faulty products to the customers. You guys wont reply on extending the subscription. I know you never gonna reply for this as well.
I was just laughing as nothing else couldn't do - Earlier and all, for the issues you used to say some reasons on third party vendors. But this time, you admitted that you don't know what went wrong and digging deeper.
Utilize the money from the Customers and build your infrastructure and do all testing. Who cares, there is nothing lost for you.
There are various different stages through which an order passes before getting filled. I have tried to list them in order but since they depend on user actions this order might change a bit.
// Normal Flow
"put order req received"
| "validation pending"
| "open pending"
| "modify validation pending"
| "modify pending"
| "trigger pending"
// If order gets rejected
// If a cancel order request is sent
| "cancel pending"
| "not cancelled"
// If order modification fails
| "not modified"
// For AMO orders
| "after market order req received"
| "modify after market order req received"
| "cancelled after market order";
"Open Pending" means the request to place order has been received and validated, now it is waiting to get placed in the exchange.
"Open" means the request is placed in the exchange.
@manish Well, for my strategy, I don't need the candle based data for the whole day. And yes, whatever you generating from tick by tick data is equal to the Charts. I have tested this of one stock. You can give a try. I have already explained the same in different post - Here
Only problem I see here is, it will have the data from the time you are running the program or it will lose the data once the program is exited. So you need to think of calculating and storing in your local for further use in the same day.
Getting Historical data for all stocks in one API call is an expectation of many guys here.