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Hi there. A contact of mine is “still using the old rmds to deliver market data into our risk application. We have some compatibility challenges 32/64 bit”. Specifically “we believe we should get rid of the old SSL COM API but we are not sure which API we should go for instead. Possibly we should go for EMA C#.NET Core?”

Great if you could provide guidance and more importantly how they can go about discussing what their options are with regards to making the right bet for next adapter and any other support you can give to make this a smooth process

ema-api#technology#productsslhelpdesk
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Hello @r.tulloch

Please be informed that the EMA C# API is planned to be released by this year. You can find more details on the RTSDK C# page.

The EMA is a recommend one if the client comes from SFC or RFA APIs.

The client can check the following resources about how to choose the Real-Time APIs that matches their requirements:

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Is there a contact number that we can call discuss further?

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Hello @r.tulloch

I strongly suggest you contact your (or your client) Refinitiv representative team.

If you or your client are RDC membership, you can submit a ticket to the Real-Time APIs support team to help your client by clicking the "contact Premium support" button on the following pages:

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