I'm trying to implement my master/slave trade mirroring solution and so far I've found these to be the best suited:
I contacted the CEO, he wouldn't give me a trial id, though. The .mql4 is open source, it involves a .exe (I think C++), that exports to the .xlsx file. And it's something that can't be decompiled (Tried .NET Reflector).
I see MT4 has a built-in function (Tools > options > enable DDE server) for exporting data to .xls, however, googling it only shows it implemented for exporting quotes, as opposite to open trades and stoplosses in real time.
How do I achieve that?
Is it possible for many people to be looking at the same real-time account with MT5 in-browser terminal?
My indicator either has to deliver open trade data somehow to the slave terminals (not exactly copy it, it's against the law without a license), or feed it to a MySQL server online, where people login to view it real time. Zulu itself is not an option, since all trades are publicly visible and my partner doesn't want that.