Using Version Control Rules
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TT User Setup allows a Super Administrator (non-X_TRADER ASP) or TT Adminstrator (X_TRADER ASP) to define rules for which versions of TT software can be used within a trading environment. By using version rules, you can, for example, prevent potential issues related to logging in with X_TRADER® applications that are too old.
For example, to reject logins from X_TRADER versions prior to version 126.96.36.199, you would create a rule that specified that the X_TRADER application must be greater than or equal to 188.8.131.52.
Note: Broker Administrators can edit version rules for their own X_TRADER and X_RISK users only.
When creating rules, consider the following:
- A user can have only one rule per application.
- Rules configured for a specific user take precedent over rules configured for all users.
To create a new version control rule...
- From the Server Admin menu,
select Version Rules.
- Click New.
The New Version Rule window appears.
- From the Applies To list, select the user or user group to whom a rule applies. (or select All Users or All User Groups).
- From the Application list, select the application to which you want the rules to apply.
- From the Operator list,
choose from the following:
- Must be between
- Must be equal to
- Must be greater than or equal to
- Must be less than or equal to
- In the Version field,
input a version in the following format: 184.108.40.206.
Note: If the selected application is managed by TT Update, select a TT Client version from the drop-down menu in the Version field.
- In the Or Else field, select
one of the following:
- Select Reject
a Login if the user's login will be rejected with a message
that indicates why the login is rejected.
Note: If the selected application is managed by TT Update, users will be required to upgrade or downgrade to a version that complies with this version rule.
- Select Warn User if
a message will alert the user to the warning, but login will be allowed.
Note: If the selected application is managed by TT Update, users will be allowed but not required to upgrade or downgrade to a version that complies with this version rule.
- Select Reject a Login if the user's login will be rejected with a message that indicates why the login is rejected.
- In the Additional Message field, define text that displays after the message that appears indicating the reason the user was warned or had their login rejected.
- Click Save.