The utility is a GUI based application which The utility was provided for troubleshooting purpose. It can be used to decode Market Price and MRN data from the RSSL XML trace file which generated by RFA C++/.NET or Elektron SDK C++ and then displaying the Trace Log in GUI.
The utility was provided for troubleshooting purpose, it can help verify issue such as data integrity and it can also help verify the message that API sends and receives. The utility can decode Market Price and MRN data from RSSL XML trace log generated by RFA C++/.NET or Elektron SDK C++.
This article explains how to encode and decode RMTES String containing non-ASCII text using EMA and RFA C++ /.NET edition.
An example use-case for decoding the DACS locks and example code to do it.
This article follows on from the Webinar session Introduction to MiFID II for Developers, with some detail on the coding aspects of handling (or avoiding) the high precision time, not covered in the Webinar and includes some information based on questions arising after the event.
This article describes various concepts related to fail-over and recovery in RFA C++ and RFA .Net. It includes RFA behaviors, configurations and necessary information.
This article explains how to develop RFA Java application to monitor the health of services. The general techniques could be applied to TREP real-time streaming APIs e.g. RFA.NET/C+, ETA C+/Java.
This article explains how to request particular fields of an item via RFA. The general techniques could be applied to any of real-time streaming APIs i.e. ETA C+/Java, EMA C++/Java.
This article is intended for Java software users who are developing RFA Java Consumer applications. It is going to explain how to verify, if the application is out of memory, due to slow processing data events/messages and the ways to solve the problem.