Thanks for prompt and valuable responses. Well you have got the
question correct. What i am looking for is some sort of framework
which can accept any plug-gable exchange specific line handler. I am
more interested in non FIX asian exchanges. so basically a set of
classes which pretty much handle connections and manage persistence
and state of the orders and executions but the conversion from the
proprietary data message to java object will be done by convertor
which will be pluggable.
On Nov 17, 12:31 pm, Isam Habbab <isam.hab...@gmail.com> wrote:
> could you please post a link where the Globex specs are? Thanks.
> On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 11:49 AM, tq <quinn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Which exchanges do you want to connect to?
> > I have looked at writing to Globex and ICE; I could not find an open
> > source solutions. If you find any, please let me know.
> > The Globex process is fairly open and specifications are online.
> > ICE however requires one to be approved to be allowed to write to
> > their API.
> > Both exchanges use FIX. Ice provides some reference java code once you
> > are approved.
> > TQ
> > On Nov 15, 10:21 pm, alloc <vivek....@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi
> > > I am looking for some open source exchange line handlers ( mainly
> > > framework) to start writing exchange connection line handlers. Can
> > > someone point me any existing project?
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