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Using RFA with Summit - SummitRFA_Win64.cfg

Is anyone using RFA with the Summit application to connect to the Data Feed? We are using the configuration file (SummitRFA_Win64.cfg) to configure the RFA connection to the data feed. We are trying to add some different parameters (pingtime and tunnel) to work with an SSL connection. We would like to know how to add the new parameters to the configuration file.


This is our current set up which works for a non SSL connection:

\Connections\Connection_RSSL\connectionType = "RSSL"

\Connections\Connection_RSSL\rsslPort = "14002"

\Connections\Connection_RSSL\hostName = "10.99.32.208"


\Connections\Connection_RSSL1\connectionType = "RSSL"

\Connections\Connection_RSSL1\rsslPort = "14002"

\Connections\Connection_RSSL1\hostName = "10.99.32.210"


\Logger\AppLogger\windowsLoggerEnabled = true

\Logger\AppLogger\fileLoggerEnabled = true

\Logger\AppLogger\fileLoggerFilename = "D:\Gwl\Logs\SummitFT\SummitRFA_PRD_{a}_{t}.log"


\Logger\ComponentLoggers\Connections\messageFile = "RFA8_Connections"

\Logger\ComponentLoggers\Adapter\messageFile = "RFA8_Adapter"

\Logger\ComponentLoggers\SessionCore\messageFile = "RFA8_SessionLayer"

\Logger\ComponentLoggers\SSLED_Adapter\messageFile = "RFA8_SSLED_Adapter"

\Logger\ComponentLoggers\SSLED_MP_Adapter\messageFile = "RFA8_SSLED_MP_Adapter"

\Logger\ComponentLoggers\SASS3_Adapter\messageFile = "RFA8_SASS3_Adapter"

\Logger\ComponentLoggers\RSSL_Adapter\messageFile = "RFA8_RSSL_Adapter"

\Logger\ComponentLoggers\RSSL_Cons_Adapter\messageFile = "RFA8_RSSL_Cons_Adapter"

\Logger\ComponentLoggers\RSSL_Prov_Adapter\messageFile = "RFA8_RSSL_Prov_Adapter"


\Sessions\Session1\connectionList = "Connection_RSSL, Connection_RSSL1"


Thanks,


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@Michael J Wong

Thank you for reaching out to us.

You can use the tunnelingType configuration for encrypted connections.

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For more information, please check the RFA Configuration Guide in the RFA package.


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@Jirapongse


Thanks for your quick response.


How do I add this to the configuration file? We use a configuration file from our Summit vendor (Finastra) that contains the above parameters. Do we need to contact the vendor if it is their configuration file (SummitRFA_Win64.cfg)?

\Connections\Connection_RSSL\connectionType = "RSSL"

\Connections\Connection_RSSL\rsslPort = "14002"

\Connections\Connection_RSSL\hostName = "10.99.32.208"


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@Michael J Wong

Yes, the SummitRFA_Win64.cfg file is an RFA configuration file.

You can use it like this:

\Connnections\Connection_RSSL\tunnelingType = "Encrypted"

However, the server must support the encrypted connections. Please contact the server team to make sure that it supports encrypted connections.

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@Jirapongse


Are the parameters pingtime and tunnel available to use in the SummitRFA_Win64.cfg file as well?

Where can I see a list of all parameters available for use?

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@Michael J Wong

It has the connectionPingTimeout which can be set in the connection but it is a ping timeout used by our RSSL protocol. However, the setting on the server may override this value.

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You can refer to the RFA Configuration Guide in the RFA package for a list of all parameters.


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