Yes. The validator always used to stress test using bigger lot sizes and negative margin but I think it is not using the normal lot sizes anywhere in the tests thats why we are getting the error "there are no trading operations".
Yes you got right. For some reason Automatic validator starting its test with negative margin. If you have some print command on CheckMoneyForTrade() then it will show Log file size exceeds. And if no print command on then it shows there are no trade operations.
100 lots, account balance, and percent risk is meaningless - you are missing two other values.
If you are worried about margin and leverage, you are not controlling your risk.
Never risk more than a small percentage of your account, certainly less than 2%
It lasts for several days already.
When did you notice first?
I have noticed it on 2019.04.18 02:36
I agree those steps you mentioned must be followed and are good advice's. Thanks. I did followed them very well in my EA.
My EA is not trading with 100 lot but the Automatic validator is. EA's risk is set to 0.01% but the Market's Automatic Product validation tester is not following the risk set in the parameters. I am trying to validate it for the market to sell my product. Its for MT5.
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Denis Nikolaev , 2019.04.26 17:06
I tried it. After replaced Ontick() with OnStart() then it passed. But when I tried with Ontick() the second time it failed. Am I missing something? Do I have to submit when it passed and the try to with a different file name? This solution sounds strange but if it works then I am speechless :D