[ts-gen] What is the "perm" column in OrderStatus?
R P Herrold
herrold at owlriver.com
Sun Aug 23 15:35:06 EDT 2009
On Sun, 23 Aug 2009, Ken Feng wrote:
> This "perm" field seems to be embedded in the filled 3|11|7 responses
> rather than the user-defined key sequential.
> Is this the identifier for an order (how I map from filled trade to my
> original order)?
> In the case below, perm turns out to be 471363108 towards the end. I
> am trying to associate this perm entry back to my user-defined
> sequential key.
seen in the next to last field here. I am away from my notes,
and I suspect that is a shim session data structure pointer,
but this is not at all clear in my memory. Within a given
shim session, completed orders are held in a non-transient
memory structure (a 'perm'anent one for the duration of that
process session), which needs to be marked as 'perm'anent and
thus not transient temporary or free-able.
This said, I also recall design discussions about habing a
user defined 'permanent' brand on each order, as might be
useful for lot accounting purposes.
-- Russ herrold
> 18967|06014| 0.316406|3|11| 7|49|AUD
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