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_client.GetPriceBars("99502", "DAY", 1, 1.ToString());

returns me price bar for 2010. I supposed it should return todays last bar?

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The latest data in the test database for that market, for a day bar, is 2010-11-08.

Edit: This is now resolved, we are capturing prices in the pre prod environment. Additionally in Pre prod we only capture a limited set of markets. Try one of these (Apologies for the copy paste):

38959 38990 39009 39755 41813 42160 52077 63274 71442 71443 99506 99609 99612 99626 133240 133504 146720 154289 154981 400156103 400158421 400158433 400159936 400164737 400188540 400195587 400195712 400272693 400315915 400368520 400379908 400390750 400421302 400429952 400433200 400480968 400481115 400481119 400481120 400481126 400481128 400481136 400481138 400481139 400481140 400481141 400481142 400481211 400481217 400481223 400481229 400481235 400481241 400481247 400481253 400481259 400481590 400481664 400481665 400481666 500000000

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The latest data in the test database for that market, for a day bar, is 2010-11-08.

Edit: This is now resolved, we are capturing prices in the pre prod environment. Additionally in Pre prod we only capture a limited set of markets. Try one of these (Apologies for the copy paste):

38959 38990 39009 39755 41813 42160 52077 63274 71442 71443 99506 99609 99612 99626 133240 133504 146720 154289 154981 400156103 400158421 400158433 400159936 400164737 400188540 400195587 400195712 400272693 400315915 400368520 400379908 400390750 400421302 400429952 400433200 400480968 400481115 400481119 400481120 400481126 400481128 400481136 400481138 400481139 400481140 400481141 400481142 400481211 400481217 400481223 400481229 400481235 400481241 400481247 400481253 400481259 400481590 400481664 400481665 400481666 500000000

However, it shows new price updates in the price stream. I just don’t get, how these data are calculated.

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The latest data in the test database for that market, for a day bar, is 2010-11-08.

Edit: This is now resolved, we are capturing prices in the pre prod environment. Additionally in Pre prod we only capture a limited set of markets. Try one of these (Apologies for the copy paste):

38959 38990 39009 39755 41813 42160 52077 63274 71442 71443 99506 99609 99612 99626 133240 133504 146720 154289 154981 400156103 400158421 400158433 400159936 400164737 400188540 400195587 400195712 400272693 400315915 400368520 400379908 400390750 400421302 400429952 400433200 400480968 400481115 400481119 400481120 400481126 400481128 400481136 400481138 400481139 400481140 400481141 400481142 400481211 400481217 400481223 400481229 400481235 400481241 400481247 400481253 400481259 400481590 400481664 400481665 400481666 500000000

@timothy So, it doesn’t update price bars data in real time?

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The latest data in the test database for that market, for a day bar, is 2010-11-08.

Edit: This is now resolved, we are capturing prices in the pre prod environment. Additionally in Pre prod we only capture a limited set of markets. Try one of these (Apologies for the copy paste):

38959 38990 39009 39755 41813 42160 52077 63274 71442 71443 99506 99609 99612 99626 133240 133504 146720 154289 154981 400156103 400158421 400158433 400159936 400164737 400188540 400195587 400195712 400272693 400315915 400368520 400379908 400390750 400421302 400429952 400433200 400480968 400481115 400481119 400481120 400481126 400481128 400481136 400481138 400481139 400481140 400481141 400481142 400481211 400481217 400481223 400481229 400481235 400481241 400481247 400481253 400481259 400481590 400481664 400481665 400481666 500000000

@timothy I don’t get it. If price bars are updated in real time and the server sends price updates today for this market, why last price bar for the same market is dated 2010?

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