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Incomplete sources in trading_sdk.zip file
Hi, I have a couple of questions:
Why trading_sdk.zip contains only partial source code?
For example there are no sources for com/fxcm/fix package.
Is this intentional or error in packaging the zip file?
License-wise, is it allowed to extend the java tradestation for personal or commercial use?
1. Are you referring to the following folder:
If that's the case, please make sure the entire folder is 8MB and you should be able to see the details in that folder. Please note that there is example source code provided.
2. Yes. You can develop your own programs for personal use and for commercial use as long as you disclose that the data is provided by FXCM.
dletin is probably referring to
and the answer most probably is that this source is not available (although any java byte-code can be easily de-compiled)
As correctly noticed in previous post, I refer to source code under
trading_sdk\fxcm-api\src\com\fxcm directory and not to the javadocs.
For completeness it would be nice to have all sources and be able to build everything from source.
We don't provide source for anything not already included in the SDK.
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