Flexible FIX Administration Documentation
- Introducing Flexible FIX
- Managing FIX Sessions
- Managing Profiles
Profiles: Managing Rules
- Defining Rules for Messages and Tags
- Working with Message Rule Actions
- Message Rules: Passing or Dropping Messages
- Working with Tag Rule Actions
- Tag Rules: Passing or Dropping Tags
- Tag Rules: Assigning Values to Tags
- Tag Rules: Remapping One Tag’s Value to Another Tag
- Tag Rules: Choosing Actions Based on the Value of a Tag
- Testing Your Rules
Profiles: Managing Symbology
- About Flexible FIX Symbology
- Defining the Default Symbology Formats for FIX Clients
- Configuring Symbology Defaults for FIX Adapter
- Working with Symbol Mappings
- Creating By Security Alt ID Method Symbology Mappings
- Creating By Security ID Method Symbology Mappings
- Creating By Security Name Method Symbology Mappings
- Testing Your Symbology for a Standard Symbol
- Testing Your Symbology for a Symbol that Includes the Expiry
Customizing FIX Sessions
About FIX Sessions
A FIX session represents a connection between a FIX client and a server. A single FIX client can create one or more of each session type, based on its processing needs.
Assigning a Profile to a FIX Session
To assign a profile to a FIX client:
On the Sessions tab, locate the FIX client to which you want to assign a profile. See Creating a Profile for more information about creating and configuring Flexible FIX profiles.
- From the Profile drop-down, select the desired profile.
- Click to complete the assignment.
Updating Modified Profiles
If you make changes to a profile associated with a FIX session, Flexible FIX highlights all of the FIX sessions that reference the modified profile. This visual cue indicates that the FIX session’s version of the profile is no longer in sync with the latest version of the Flexible FIX profile.
To update the profile, click the for the affected FIX session.
You can also update all of the modified profiles by clicking Update All Profiles.
Note: Profile changes will not be available to a specific FIX Adapter instance until you click Update Profile for that session
Adding a Password to a FIX Client Logon (A) Message
TT FIX Adapter requires FIX clients to provide a password in tag 96 (RawData) for all Logon (A) messages. If a FIX client does not currently send this tag, you can assign the value through Flexible FIX.
To add a tag 96 (RawData) value to a FIX client session Logon (A) message:
For the desired FIX session, click .
Enable Assign Password? and provide the Password/Tag 96 (RawData) Value.
- Click Save.