OSE Gateway Documentation
- OSE Gateway And The Exchange
- Installing And Upgrading
- Configuring Global Settings
- Configuring Market Data
Configuring The Order Server
- Understanding Order Management
- Order and Fill Server Files
- Configuring Order and Fill Server Connections
- Configuring Multi-Session and Multi-Member
- Configuring Order Management
- Supported Order Types
- Configuring Give Up Orders / Account Codes
- OSE Auto Give-up and Auto-allocation Order Processing
- HST Algorithm Flag Support
- OSE Gateway Recovery
- Configuration Parameters
- Configuration Parameters: Multi Member
Time and Time Zone
Set the machine that hosts the OSE Gateway to run in (GMT+9:00) Japan Standard Time zone.
Member, Group, and Trader ID Format
Each TTORD trader must be mapped to a direct trader’s account. If a TTORD trader submits a trade with a different account, the OSE Gateway rejects the transaction. When mapping proxy traders to a direct Exchange trader’s account, you must use the following conventions:
- Member: TTORD
- Group: TTT (User-defined)
- Trader: 001 (User-defined)
Order and Site Order Keys
OSE Gateways install with the following default Site Order Key range: 0R0000-0RZZZZ.
When you first install the OSE Gateway, the Exchange provides passwords for that Gateway. Passwords expire every 90 days and the OSE Gateway creates new user passwords. This process is seamless and requires no client intervention.
To avoid accidentally overwriting your passwords, TT recommends you keep the hostinfo.cfg file closed when operating the OSE Gateway. If you experience password-related login problems, you should request new passwords from the Exchange.
If the password reset event coincides with a network outage event, the new user password created by the OSE Gateway may not be saved to the hostinfo.cfg file. If this occurs, contact the Exchange and request to have the password reset, then manually update all relevant sections in the hostinfo.cfg file.