Updating SQ Futures with timezone offset does not work

Updating SQ Futures with timezone offset does not work. It still shows old data.


This is not a problem for Dukascopy data. But with SQ Futures data.


Scenario to replicate the issue:

- add new futures symbol (@EW for example) and keeping exchange time

- add another @EW_plus8 symbol with set shift to +8 hrs

- update all symbols - both symbols contains the same data but 2nd one is 8hrs shifted.

- wait for 1-2 weeks for the next sq futures data update

- Select both of the above symbols for update. - original symbol will update, second will not (<- bug)



Another issue noticed, sq futures data update does not reflect in the UI, unless it is manually refreshed. Note UI is working ok with Dukascopy data.


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  • Votes +1
  • Project StrategyQuant X
  • Type Bug
  • Status Waiting for information
  • Priority Normal
  • Assignee Petr Šomek
  • Milestone Build 136

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TB
#1

Tomas Brynda

08.10.2020 07:49

Assignee changed from Tamas to Tamas

Milestone changed from None to Build 130

TT
#2

Tamas

08.10.2020 08:01

Assignee changed from Tamas to Petr Šomek

PS
#3

Petr Šomek

20.10.2020 08:50

Status changed from New to Waiting for information

Can you send some additional informations please?

I'm checking this:

- add new futures symbol (@TN for example) and keepeing exchange time

- add another @TN symbol with set shift to 5 hrs

- update all symbols - both symbols contains the same data but 2nd one is 5hrs shifted


Can send me points what exactly you did? Thanks

But generaly, you have to choose target timezone (exchange/shifted by hrs/specific timezone) during adding symbol. This can't change after (during updating).

Another way how to get data in another timezone is using 'clone to timezone' button.

PS
#4

Petr Šomek

29.10.2020 21:12

Status changed from Waiting for information to In progress

PS
#5

Petr Šomek

24.11.2020 17:36

Status changed from In progress to Waiting for information

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I'm testing it, but I can't reproduce your issue.

During friday I have added @EW and @EW(shifted by couple of hours). Now I have updated woth clicking to "update all" button.

I see, that both symbols are updated and 2nd one is correctly shifted.


Are you using latest version? Or did I do something differently than you?


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#6

fm663

24.11.2020 17:56
I don't think there was new sq futures data since Friday, normally they get updated once a week. you need to allow a week between the updates to see the issue.


In case you have not, you need wait for 1-2 weeks for the next sq futures data update to see the problem. Basically the cloned sq futures data does not update.


Same issue with 129 and 130 dev2. Not fixed yet.

MF
#7

Mark Fric

15.12.2020 13:24

Milestone changed from Build 130 to Build 131

PS
#8

Petr Šomek

12.01.2021 09:12
I'm testing it again, but it works well at my computer. Can you please attach some screens, similar what I have sent in comment from 24.11.2020 17:36
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#9

fm663

14.01.2021 13:39
are you having many days gap like the steps mentioned above? You need to make sure there is new data from previous update to the next one. Main symbol updates, but clone doesn't.


This issue is there even if i reinstall. same problem in 129 and 130 etc.


btw, I use remote UI using "sqli -gui"  - can you check with this also?

MF
#10

Mark Fric

28.01.2021 13:18

Milestone changed from Build 131 to None

MF
#11

Mark Fric

07.05.2021 09:09

Milestone changed from None to Build 132

MF
#12

Mark Fric

16.06.2021 13:25

Milestone changed from Build 132 to Build 133

MF
#13

Mark Fric

25.06.2021 06:29

Milestone changed from Build 133 to Build 134

MF
#14

Mark Fric

15.09.2021 08:33

Milestone changed from Build 134 to Build 136


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