We currently have a number of spreadsheets used by dealing teams running FXT terminals that call out Rhistory functions such as the following:
=RHistory("GBPJMD=R;GBPJOD=R;GBPJPY=R;GBPKES=R;GBPKRW=R;GBPKWD=R;GBPKYD=R;GBPLBP=R;GBPMUR=R;GBPMXN=R;GBPMYR=R;GBPNOK=R;GBPNZD=R;GBPOMR=R;GBPPEN=R;GBPPGK=R;GBPPHP=R;GBPPLN=R;GBPQAR=R;GBPRUB=R;GBPSAR=R;GBPSEK=R;GBPSGD=R","BID.Timestamp;BID.Low","START:07:31 END:07:42 TIMEZONE:LON INTERVAL:1M",,"CH:In;Fd TSREPEAT:NO" )
We are looking to bring these functions into our hosted application with an Elektron in the cloud service. Is there a way to replicate the Rhistory function via Elektron in the cloud to return a response as a set of data that we can then work with?
Elektron in the cloud, or Elektron RealTime in the Cloud is Elektron Websocket API enabled connectivity option. I.e. the app is connecting via Elektron Websocket:
Therefore, will not be able to connect via RHistory, will need to re-implement the content retrieval to utilize websockets.
This may also be a good time to discuss the new requirements with your Refinitiv account team.
With the deeper understanding of the requirements and the available resources, seeing the bigger picture, they may be able to suggest a better approach.
Can we have a batch request with EMA JAVA API (Version 220.127.116.11)? Also, Would be good to know how EMA handles batch internally and return response? Will it be a callback per RIC or single callback for whole batch.