Live chart data export to CSV

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Re: Live chart data export to CSV

Postby Kyle.Gilbertson » Mon Aug 29, 2016 11:36 am

Is the source for this project available anywhere?
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Re: Live chart data export to CSV

Postby Julia CJ » Tue Sep 06, 2016 8:03 am

Hi Kyle,

Please write your e-mail where we can send you the source.
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Re: Live chart data export to CSV

Postby Cactus » Sat Nov 04, 2017 8:20 am

Would this work with new ForexConnect 1.5.0 version or does it need updating?
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Re: Live chart data export to CSV

Postby chimpy » Tue Oct 09, 2018 6:16 am

Apprentice wrote:Bump up.


Hello

Two questions, has there been any changes to the API or the framework that requires an update?
the Live chart data export to CSV program has crashed a bit more often lately although as of this week it appears to be ok. Would you like me to initiate a debug sequence to help find out if there is a problem?

Also, can I request a custom header be added so that the very first line of each CSV file produced.
Example:

The configuration file would have something like
<Header>"date" "time" "open" "high" "low" "close"</Header>
<History>
<Instrument>EUR/GBP</Instrument>
<Timeframe>m1</Timeframe>
<Filename>EUR_GBP_m1</Filename>
<Header>"date" "time" "open" "high" "low" "close"</Header>
<NumBars>3000</NumBars>
</History>

Then the header would be printed on the first line:
----------------
"date" "time" "open" "high" "low" "close"
05/10/2018 06:04 0.88397 0.88403 0.88395 0.88403 0.88420 0.88423 0.88417 0.88423 125
05/10/2018 06:05 0.88403 0.88411 0.88401 0.88407 0.88423 0.88432 0.88422 0.88426 256
----------------

Some 3rd party programs require a header in each data file so this would be very useful.

Thanks alot
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