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    When will Rithmic OCO server based?

    The Rithmic setup instruction clearly states "OCO is locally simulated on your PC"....

    When will this be server based? timeline? or never will?

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    Originally posted by balancenv View Post
    The Rithmic setup instruction clearly states "OCO is locally simulated on your PC"....

    When will this be server based? timeline? or never will?
    Rithmic server side OCO's is on our list however, we do not have an ETA at this time.
    RayNinjaTrader Customer Service

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      #3
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      Originally posted by NinjaTrader_Ray View Post
      Rithmic server side OCO's is on our list however, we do not have an ETA at this time.
      Hi Ray,

      Just for increasing my knowledge ... by the wording of your reply does that mean most if not all the work to develop server side OCO actually rest with the charting platform company (NT) rather than the data feed provider (Rithmic)?

      If so would that mean that you could get a situation where a charting platform company in competition with NT could for instance have server side OCO while NT does not?

      Just that I noticed that most main stream charting platform companies (NT included) offer server side OCO with CQG/Continuum so I was jumping to the conclusion that it was because CQG/Contiuum had developed that functionality and each charting platform could take advantage of it.

      Thanks

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        #4
        Originally posted by balancenv View Post
        The Rithmic setup instruction clearly states "OCO is locally simulated on your PC"....

        When will this be server based? timeline? or never will?
        Considering how well ZenFire server OCO worked out...

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          #5
          Originally posted by steve2222 View Post
          Hi Ray,

          Just for increasing my knowledge ... by the wording of your reply does that mean most if not all the work to develop server side OCO actually rest with the charting platform company (NT) rather than the data feed provider (Rithmic)?

          If so would that mean that you could get a situation where a charting platform company in competition with NT could for instance have server side OCO while NT does not?

          Just that I noticed that most main stream charting platform companies (NT included) offer server side OCO with CQG/Continuum so I was jumping to the conclusion that it was because CQG/Contiuum had developed that functionality and each charting platform could take advantage of it.

          Thanks
          Server side OCO is built from the data provider. NinjaTrader would need to use the methods exposed by the providers API to use those features.

          At this time, we use an old version of the Rithmic API which does not use server side OCO.
          MatthewNinjaTrader Product Management

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