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Is it possible to pull out statistics from RTDS that show update rates, watchlist sizes etc (ie data show in adsmon or adhmon for example) ?

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Hello @graham.street

There is the RMC - C++ API that lets you access RTDS share memory programmatically. However, like my colleague's suggestion above, the RTDS is now support REST interface that lets you access its configurations, share memory and even a snapshot market price data which is easier than using the RMC C++ API.


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Many thanks for the quick response

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@graham.street

Thank you for reaching out to us.

The new version ADH and ADS support REST interfaces which can be used to access shared memory resources. These provide equivalent functionalities to adhmon and adsmon.

For more information, you can refer to the ADH and ADS guides.

Otherwise, you can contact ADH or ADS support team directly via MyRefinitiv.

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Many thanks. I will look for a REST in the documents. Many thanks

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