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IQFeed Developer Support » SELECT UPDATE FIELD return value question Jul 5, 2016 08:12 AM (Total replies: 8)

well I learnt something today...but not sure why there needs to be 2 different views...thanks for your help

IQFeed Developer Support » SELECT UPDATE FIELD return value question Jul 5, 2016 07:47 AM (Total replies: 8)

Hi Tim,

this is what I see when I click on the link...see attached image

I didn't see any reference to the values you mention

IQFeed Developer Support » SELECT UPDATE FIELD return value question Jul 5, 2016 06:23 AM (Total replies: 8)

Thanks Tim,

maybe such info could be added to the documentation,

thanks again

IQFeed Developer Support » SELECT UPDATE FIELD return value question Jul 5, 2016 02:14 AM (Total replies: 8)

Hi Tim,

thanks for your reply. As per the following description:

Field Name = Tick
Field Type = integer
Field Description = Direction of change from last Trade
Origin of Data = Calculated by IQConnect.exe based upon previous trade

Depending on the I consistently get 3 integer values of:


After examining a log file of the output it appears the values have the following meaning:

173 = price was higher than the previous price;
175 = price was lower than the previous price;
183 = price was the same as the previous price;

Is this correct?


IQFeed Developer Support » SELECT UPDATE FIELD return value question Jun 30, 2016 10:48 PM (Total replies: 8)

when I issue a "S,SELECT UPDATE FIELDS,Symbol,Last,Most Recent Trade Time,Most Recent Trade Date,Ask,Bid,Spread,Tick\r\n" command in a WATCH (forex data) request, the Tick field value is returned as an integer. Subsequently, I have the following question:

1. What integer values are expected to be returned for the Tick field?

Thanks in advance

IQFeed Developer Support » Symbol not found - Visual Studio 2010 Jul 15, 2014 07:50 PM (Total replies: 2)

It turns out that the customer did not have an uptodate subscription to streaming data for the new machine!!!

IQFeed Developer Support » Symbol not found - Visual Studio 2010 Jul 15, 2014 05:43 AM (Total replies: 2)


I compiled the example Level1Socket example using Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate (which is up todate) on an Asus laptop running Windows 8 and I get 'Symbol not found' message when I submit a watch symbol command.

The asus is a G750JX i7 2.4GHz with 16GB of DD3 RAM and SSD

It works when compiled on an Asus laptop running Windows 7. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?

If I request records such as 5 min bars on the Asus running Windows 8 I do not get an error and bars are updated correctly.

Thanks in advance

IQFeed Developer Support » Protocol 5.1 - Invalid Symbol Apr 3, 2014 08:18 PM (Total replies: 2)

the simple solution to this problem was to add a TrimRight() to the symbol string before formatting the

CString csCommand(m_csUserData);
if (m_csUserData == csCommand)
// add this line

csCommand.Format("w%s\r\n", m_csUserData);
m_IQConnectSocket.Send(csCommand, csCommand.GetLength());

IQFeed Developer Support » Protocol 5.1 - Invalid Symbol Apr 2, 2014 10:19 PM (Total replies: 2)

I compiled the sample LevelOne app using MSVC 2008 on both Windows 7 and Windows 8 OS and if I don't use Protocol 5.0 or 5.1 and request GBPUSD.FXCM as a watch I get the correct data and fields as requested. If I use Protocol 5.0 or 5.1 I get an invalid symbol message. Is there something I am missing here...see attached image...thanks in advance

Hi Steve,

as for the machine, I am running Asus i7 processor with 16GB RAM and 2 x SSD's while watching only 4 symbols. The heartbeat actually stops so the problem could be internet related at either end but having said that I run an app to check time against the atomic clocks and it is unaffected.

The heartbeat problem is can go for days without problem and then stop several times in a session.

My app shows approx. 22 MB as working set memory and 8 MB private working set memory so it is not exactly placing a huge demand on the available RAM,

I also get random failures with the heartbeat message. I added a check to measure the delay against the PC clocks. If the delay is > 30 secs I display a dialog to let the user know while at the same time switching off the connections and feed which at least prevents crashes but it does require a restart.

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