Re: Capturec and tick42blp bridge
Damian Maguire <d.maguire@...>
Do you have a verbose log file from capturereplay up to the point at which it stops? And does the process simply hang, or is it crashing? I’ve never tried capturereplay with the Bloomberg bridge, though Tom and co will likely have a better idea of the issues there, but if it’s a bug in capturereplay we should be able to get a better idea of where from the logs.
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Date: Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 10:23 PM
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Subject: [Openmama-users] Capturec and tick42blp bridge
As part of the work I'm doing with bloomberg and openmama, I'm trying to record the data coming from bloomberg through the bridge, I'm using this instruction:
capturec -m tick42blp -MS BlpMktData:blp_tport:symbols.sym
Where symbols.sym is a file containing only one symbol: "AAPL US Equity"
It starts to recording a file. After a while I stop the process with CTLR+C. Then I try to use the capturereplayc to play the file:
capturereplayc -S TEST -m qpid -tport pub -dictionary bbdict.txt -f 1221191001.playback
But the capturereplayc stops abruptly. The same happens if I try to use the dictionary provided in the openmama release.
So my question is, how could I record the data coming from bloomberg and then play them with the capturereplayc tool.
Thanks for your help. I appreciate your patience, I'm really new with openama.
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