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Dynamic endpoint configuration

Monitoring a server's transport adaptor endpoints

If there are one or more configured transport adaptors for a given server, you can monitor the dynamic state of a transport adaptor's endpoints on a single page.

Please note that:

  • Monitoring transport adaptors is only possible for healthy servers
  • Transport adaptors should be configured in the FIXEdge C++ properties file

To monitor endpoints, use one of the following options:

  • In the View drop-down menu on the top panel, select an adaptor (item 1 in the figure below)
  • In the left-side menu, select a server (item 2 in the figure below) and an adaptor (item 3 in the figure below)

Figure. The Servers page.

You should now be able to see the following layout with a list of the configured endpoints for the given adaptor:

Figure. The Server <adaptor Name> Endpoints page.

The table shows the actual set of endpoints received from FIXEdge C++.

  • To monitor changing endpoint parameters and endpoint states, stay on the page. The dynamic and static endpoint parameters are changed as a response to endpoint events during the connection.
  • The frequency with which metrics are updated can be configured. The default frequency is 1 second.

In the first column, the endpoint status indicator shows the dynamic status of each endpoint configured for the selected transport adaptor:

IndicatorStatusEndpoint status

Plannedthe endpoint is planned to be added to the configuration (a message cannot be sent to endpoints in the planned state)

Connecting/ Reconnectingthe endpoint is connecting

Runningthe endpoint is running

Disconnectedthe endpoint is disconnected

You can filter the list of endpoints by dynamic status by using the Status column.


You have the ability to filter the endpoints list by using the Default Filter.

You can filter endpoints by Name and Status or a combination of them.

The Default Filter depends on the type of objects that are shown on the current page.

To use the Default Filter, type or select a value in the Default Filter fields.
To start a search, move the focus from the completed field or press Enter.
To reset the search results:

  • Click Clear (item 1 in the figure below)

    Figure. Default Filter.

  • Or click Clear in the context menu (as shown below)

    Figure. The Clear context menu item.

Then you can see a full list of rows.

Endpoint Dynamic State

The Endpoint Dynamic State page contains:

  • the session dynamic parameters
  • parameters of static configuration
  • start/stop operation

All information is updated in real time.


There are two ways to view the Endpoint Dynamic State page.

  1. From the Server <adaptor Name> Endpoints page:
    1. Click on a given endpoint in the Table view layout part
    2. The FIXICC H2 displays the Endpoint Dynamic State page in the Object info layout part
    3. Optional. To open the Endpoint Dynamic State page in a new tab, use one of the following options:
      • Click View in the tab in the Object info layout part (item 1 in the figure below)
      • Click View (Enter) in the context menu (item 2 in the figure below)
      • Double-click on the session
      • Or press Enter on your keyboard

        Figure. The Server <adaptor Name> Endpoints page.

  2. From the Notifications page:
    1. Click the desired endpoint's name

      Figure. The Notifications page with the name of the selected endpoint.

    2. FIXICC H2 opens the Endpoint Dynamic State page in a new tab:
      Figure. Endpoint Dynamic State page.
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