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CreateFixOrderAsync vs. CreateFixOrder3Async and C#
The Order2Go.chm lists CreateFixOrder3Async as the method to use, however it doesn't appear in Visual Studio C# as a method available on an FXCore.TradeDeskAut object.
The same help text only refers to VB, not C#.
CreateFixOrderAsync does exist in the FXCore.TradeDeskAut C# object. However there are many parameters listed for CreateFixOrderAsync in the FXCore.TradeDeskAut object that aren't documented in the Order2Go.chm, such as the first one, sTradeId.
And CreateFixOrderAsync is listed as Deprecated.
I downloaded the latest FXOrder2Go.EXE but no change appeared in this regard.
Is there different documentation for using C# to trade via FXOrder2Go?
What am I missing?
This sounds like you somehow may have the current help file, but an older version of the api. I'm not sure how this could have happened though, I supppose it would be possible.
I am running the most recent version of the api, and the parameter list matches the help file.(as it should)
The documentation works for all languages, as the parameter names for them won't change between languages. Please uninstall the api, and reload the most recent version from here: LINK
The thread containing this new version can be found here:
LINK (Order2Go beta build Nov 05, 2010)
Re: CreateFixOrderAsync vs. CreateFixOrder3Async and C#
Thank you, I was referencing an older API due to pilot error.
A question: I have been using Interop.FXCore.dll from the FXOrder2Go\Examples\CS\NewExamples folder as the basis-Reference into using FXOrder2Go. Seems to work, and I now see the API I expect in Visual Studio 2010. Is this the right thing to do? Looking at FXOrder2Go I see a lot of support DLLs, but none that seem like the entry point for C#.
Add the reference to FXCore module automation library to your c# project and you should be all set.
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