MT4-Java API - page 6

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Roman Gerasymenko
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Roman Gerasymenko  

When comparing your solution ( XXXXXXXXXXXXXX ) with www.mt4api.net what are the main differences - except one being originally written in Java, another in .Net:-) ? I mean differences from the user perspective?


a) proposes DDE communication channel between .Net application and MT4 terminal, which does not scale enough.
b) requires mt4 terminal to be started and configured manually
c) maps unnecessary MQ4 methods (like StrToInteger) and data (like Bid/Ask arrays) to .Net
d) does not provide broker's financial instruments to the application
e) presents no performance metrics
f) has higher ($450) price
NJ4X (C# metatrader access library version of JFX API)
a) proposes TCP/UDP communication channels between .Net / Java applications and MT4 terminals. Provides highly scalable deployment architecture
b) end-user do not bother about MT4 terminals at all
c) MQ4 methods mapping has more accurate design
d) performance and resource consumption metrics are publicly available
e) Professional version is $100 cheaper
Roman Gerasymenko
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Roman Gerasymenko  

JFX 1.5.3 connects to MT4 terminals really fast (it does not? - try just one more time!)

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Roman Gerasymenko
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Roman Gerasymenko  
v1.5.5 - enables free full-speed drive for registered BOXIDs (hardware identifiers)
Roman Gerasymenko
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Roman Gerasymenko  
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (video)
Roman Gerasymenko
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Roman Gerasymenko  
MT4 Account Copier demo application is ready for download at XXXXXXXXXXXXXX C# source code included
Simon Gniadkowski
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Simon Gniadkowski  

Perhaps you missed this when you registered . . .

Look here: https://www.mql5.com/en/users/register

It says . . . "4. Posting of advertising messages is forbidden. "

Roman Gerasymenko
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Roman Gerasymenko  
RaptorUK:

Perhaps you missed this when you registered . . .

Look here: https://www.mql5.com/en/users/register

It says . . . "4. Posting of advertising messages is forbidden. "

Got it now, thanks !
Antony
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Antony  

Hi,

i would create a java application that send order when i want, manually, making some checking via code before sending the order.

I read that your api execute a method ("coordinate") each tick. Is there a way for sending order when i want, indipendently on new tick comes?

Roman Gerasymenko
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Roman Gerasymenko  
antony84:

Hi,

i would create a java application that send order when i want, manually, making some checking via code before sending the order.

I read that your api execute a method ("coordinate") each tick. Is there a way for sending order when i want, indipendently on new tick comes?

Absolutely, you are not limited to do trading inside of coordinate() method, MT4 calls can be made from any place of your program, there are examples btw.
Simon Gniadkowski
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Simon Gniadkowski  
rgerasimen:
hmm can I put the twitter reference here ?...
Why ? to advertise ? please stop it . . .
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