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  • MicroTrends
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    Originally posted by NinjaTrader_Matthew View Post
    Thanks for the suggestion. As you mentioned, there is a lot of exposure to accounts/orders which would definitely make this possible for you to implement, but I do see how this could help some of our less experienced users. SFT-333

    linq would be ok but to cache it when an order changed occured
    or or use a list on the onorder event to track

    but certainly if you had it - it would clean the code and allow all the same level of freedom

    you have a great attitude to your product and end users - you have a win win attitude with these forum requests and recording them...etc
    Last edited by MicroTrends; 05-10-2015, 12:54 AM.

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  • DaFish
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    As a less experienced NT user, I would really appreciate this.

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  • NinjaTrader_Matthew
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    Thanks for the suggestion. As you mentioned, there is a lot of exposure to accounts/orders which would definitely make this possible for you to implement, but I do see how this could help some of our less experienced users. SFT-333

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  • MicroTrends
    started a topic Nt8 - ActiveOrdersEntries, ActiveOrderExits

    Nt8 - ActiveOrdersEntries, ActiveOrderExits

    Nt8 - ActiveOrdersEntries, ActiveOrderExits - collection

    To allow a developer to do this...

    When closing or reversing
    Close any orders in ActiveOrderEntries -
    Close any orders in ActiveOrderExits -

    Iterate through and cancel or allow to fill
    wait for confirmation or errors
    Close the position

    For minimum margin requirement
    to avoid overfills

    yes its possible to do that in code but nice for people who dont understand how

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