@mukul sorry for not replying. does this still happen?
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Announcement: Webhooks released
Echoing what @AlokGaira mentioned in another post:
Now you can get all your order updates as a WebPush using a postback URL. Any time there's an update to your order, you can configure your Upstox app to hit a specific URL with the updates. Along with the order updates on your socket, you now have two ways of receiving real-time order updates.
Every app will now have an option for specifying a postback URL as a Webhook (Just a POST request listener on a WebServer of our client) where all the order updates corresponding to that particular user will be pushed.
As a client can have multiple apps so s/he can have multiple Webhooks for receiving his order update.
Webhooks are mapped to client_id and not app_id i.e all the Webhooks belonging to a single client_id will get all order updates corresponding to that client irrespective of where the order was placed.
All packets pushed through Webhooks can be verified using an MD5 signature generated at our end.
You can enable/disable webhooks to your app at the Developer Console (developer.upstox.com). The changes will be reflected on the following day.
Ensure that your webhook URL is a publicly accessible URL and not in your private network (i.e. localhost)
There are no charges for this facility.
For more information, check out the updated docs:
RE: Important : Update UpstoxNet (DotNet Library) 12-Sep-17
Please check https://upstox.com/forum/topic/92/authorized-net-api to get started. Charges are the same as Upstox API.
RE: Kill Switch
@ganesh Understood the NEST facility. Thing is, that square off works at the GUI level. NEST slowly fires off a square off one-by-one from the front-end. It's not as if the backend process is tasked with squaring off the orders. This ensures that the user won't click square off twice or places orders from other terminals.
In API, the user can call a square off function twice. Backend has to block the user from placing orders on any other terminal during the square off. While we can theoretically do this for Upstox platforms, we can't control if the user logs on to NEST and places a fresh order at that time.
The timing sensitivity of square off makes it a risky problem to solve.