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Overview

Spectra Adapter uses MOEX configuration file for getting information about feeds.

Currently, B2BITS FIX Antenna c++ support the following feed types:

configuration.xml
<type>Incremental</type>
<type>Snapshot</type>
<type>Instrument Incremental</type>
<type>Instrument Replay</type>

Some configuration requires using of several sources of security definitions, how to configure such option is described below

Customize feeds in Configuration file (configuration.xml)

Add connections

Moex could provide separate configuration files for different feeds.

The configuration file could be extended with new connections if it requires.

For example, ORDERS-LOG connections can be integrated into an original configuration just by adding a new MarketDataGroup to configuration section:

configuration.xml
<configuration type="Test" label="Test System" marketId="MOEX">
<!-- ... -->
	<MarketDataGroup feedType="FUT-INFO" marketID="F" label="Futures defintion">
		<connections>
			<!-- FUT-INFO feeds -->
		</connections>
	</MarketDataGroup>



	<!-- New section with ORDERS-LOG connections -->
	<MarketDataGroup feedType="ORDERS-LOG" marketID="D" label="Full orders log">
		<connections>
            <!-- ORDERS-LOG feeds -->
		</connections>
	</MarketDataGroup>

</configuration>

Use multiple security definition sources

MarketDataGroup could contain as many connections as it is required.

The following configuration block shows how to get two security definitions channels for ORDERS-LOG feed:

configuration.xml
	<MarketDataGroup feedType="ORDERS-LOG" marketID="D" label="Full orders log">
		<connections>
			<connection>
				<type>Incremental</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.70.40</ip>
				<port>40040</port>
				<feed>A</feed>
			</connection>
			<connection>
				<type>Incremental</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.175.40</ip>
				<port>41040</port>
				<feed>B</feed>
			</connection>
			<connection>
				<type>Snapshot</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.70.41</ip>
				<port>40041</port>
				<feed>A</feed>
			</connection>
			<connection>
				<type>Snapshot</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.175.41</ip>
				<port>41041</port>
				<feed>B</feed>
			</connection>
			<connection>
				<type>Historical Replay</type>
				<protocol>TCP/IP</protocol>
				<ip>1.1.7.202</ip>
				<port>7207</port>
			</connection>

			<!-- Futures defintion -->
			<connection>
				<type>Instrument Replay</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.70.11</ip>
				<port>40011</port>
				<maxKbps>128</maxKbps>
				<feed>A</feed>
			</connection>
			<connection>
				<type>Instrument Replay</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.175.11</ip>
				<port>41011</port>
				<maxKbps>128</maxKbps>
				<feed>B</feed>
			</connection>

			<!-- Options defintion -->
			<connection>
				<type>Instrument Replay</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.70.27</ip>
				<port>40027</port>
				<maxKbps>128</maxKbps>
				<feed>A</feed>
			</connection>
			<connection>
				<type>Instrument Replay</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.175.27</ip>
				<port>41027</port>
				<maxKbps>128</maxKbps>
				<feed>B</feed>
			</connection>

			<!-- OTC Issues feed -->
			<connection>
				<type>Instrument Replay</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.70.31</ip>
				<port>40031</port>
				<maxKbps>16</maxKbps>
				<feed>A</feed>
			</connection>
			<connection>
				<type>Instrument Replay</type>
				<protocol>UDP/IP</protocol>
				<src-ip>10.50.129.90</src-ip>
				<ip>239.192.175.31</ip>
				<port>41031</port>
				<maxKbps>16</maxKbps>
				<feed>B</feed>
			</connection>
		</connections>
	</MarketDataGroup>


Configure feeds in source code

Extra security definition feeds could be configured with Spectra::SpectraApplicationParams::customSecDefFeeds_ parameter:

Application.cpp
Spectra::SpectraApplicationParams params;   
params.customSecDefFeeds_[Spectra::SpectraDataChannel("D", "ORDERS-LOG")].push_back(Spectra::SpectraDataChannel("F", "FUT-INFO"));   
params.customSecDefFeeds_[Spectra::SpectraDataChannel("D", "ORDERS-LOG")].push_back(Spectra::SpectraDataChannel("O", "OPT-INFO"));   
params.customSecDefFeeds_[Spectra::SpectraDataChannel("D", "ORDERS-LOG")].push_back(Spectra::SpectraDataChannel("S", "SPOT-INFO"));
this approach could be used as an alternative of configuration file modification and allows keeping the original version of configuration files.






How to get MDEntryTime with nano second precision.

move to "How to" for MOEX Spectra MD Adapter


MOEX Spectra uses custom UTCTimeOnly, UTCTimestamp format in FAST messages.

Find more details in official documentation: http://ftp.moex.com/pub/FAST/Spectra e.g. http://ftp.moex.com/pub/FAST/Spectra/docs/spectra_fastgate_en.pdf

Example:

Application.cpp
void ConvertTimeToStr(System::u64 entry, std::string* strTime)
{
    static std::size_t const TIME_LENGTH = sizeof( "HHMMSSsssssssss" ) - 1;

    std::stringstream stream;
    stream << entry; // convert u64 to std::string.
    std::string time(stream.str());
    if (TIME_LENGTH > time.size())
        time.insert(0, TIME_LENGTH - time.size(), '0');

    strTime->assign(time, 0, 2); // HH
    strTime->append( ":");
    strTime->append(time, 2, 2); // MM
    strTime->append( ":");
    strTime->append(time, 4, 2); // SS
    strTime->append( ".");
    strTime->append(time, 6, 9); // sssssssss
}


bool InstrumentHandler::onIncrement( Spectra::SpectraSubscriptionItem const& subsItem, Engine::FIXMessage const* const* msgs, size_t incrementsCount )
{
	// ...
    for( ; i < incrementsCount; ++i ) {
	    const Engine::FIXGroup& gr = msgs[i].getAsGroup( FIXFields::NoMDEntries );
	    for( int j = 0; j < gr.size(); ++j ) {
		    const Engine::TagValue& entry = *gr.getEntry(j);
			std::string timeNs;
			if (entry.hasValue(FIXFields::MDEntryTime))
				ConvertTimeToStr(entry.getAsUInt64(FIXFields::MDEntryTime), &timeNs);
			// ..
		}
	}	
	// ...
}


How Spectra Adapter reacts on Sequence reset messages (35=4)

move to How to use Spectra Application Listener callbacks

The new type of messages (Sequence Reset) was introduced in Spectra 1.4.2

A Sequence Reset message received in incremental feed starts recovery for all subscribed instruments by firing OnRecoveryStarted (link) and the callback OnBookReset (link) is fired as well.

Sequence filtering mechanism isn't applied to Sequence Reset messages so OnRecoveryStarted and OnBookReset would be fired for each sequence reset message and even more than once due to A-B arbitrage. 

Note

Sequence reset messages causing a recovery in Trades feeds but recovery is unable to be performed there because TCP Recovery mechanism doesn't work in the current version Spectra Adapter.

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