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RTO technical queries

Hi,

I have following questions on RTO. Kindly help to resolve it.

1. Is it possible to get the RTO output in Node JS using REST API.
2. Can .NET basic framework be used for connection with RTO to get the output.
3. Is it possible to snap RTO output at a particular time interval?

#technology#productrefinitiv-realtime-optimised
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Hi @Pratik.MShah,

The answer to your questions is yes. RTO is capable of delivering data over websocket protocol and hence supports all programming languages/frameworks which have websocket support. See this for examples in few of these languages.

While, we don't have a NodeJS example for RTO, you can use this NodeJS example as a starting point to develop your own. RTO will need a mechanism to get an access token, and use Service Discovery to get the server hostname and port.

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Hi @Pratik.MShah

The RTO (RealTime Optimized) solution offers the ability to either stream updates or perform a snapshot of an item at any time. To provide some details of the different ways to access the data, you can refer to the Real-Time SDKs and WebSocket section within the Developer Community.

The WebSocket service does not rely on a specific library to access data but rather uses the WebSocket protocol to exchange JSON messages. Because of this, developers are free to utilize any programming language of their choice.

I would suggest you refer to the multiple examples within GitHub WebSocket

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