Hello again @yakirhersko,
We have discussed the approach and have confirmed that:
REDI API cannot be used from a Windows Service. It needs to be run by a Windows user where it is coupled to the user’s session, that must be active and running in the REDI application.
Hope this clarifies,
When I use the API from windows service, the redi+ application disconnected and it seems that the Redi API blocked that access. for example, The Redi+ application disconnect in the following line:if the code access to any objects of RediLib.dll the application close.please try run simple code as windows service.Thanks,YakirOrcom
Hello @yakirhersko ,
Are you running C#? Windows version? Framework version?
Is it one of TR included examples, or your custom code?
Is this same code running successfully as console app? windows app? And only choking up as service? Or it has started out as service you have not tried running it otherwise?
Is service a new project "windows service", or using a service wrapper, if a wrapper, which one?
Any other useful info to understand and reproduce exactly what you are seeing?
If possible, please zip and attach to the question.
We aim to help
Yakir has asked for someone to call his colleague, Hanan (phone number provided by email) to answer these queries and explain. I will forward his email to Redi API distribution list.Thank you very much and best wishes,
I was wondering how I can stop making the Bid, ASK and Last field automatically populate from the REDI API in my order entry tool in excel, it might be coded into the VBA somewhere in the sheet, i am not sure how to fix it