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trkd GetInterdayTimeSeries_4 slow

Hi,
Today I'm asking for price data for 12000 RIC. (GetInterdayTimeSeries_4 )
Each request takes average 100ms.
This give a total time of 20 minutes.
(I'm using parallel threads.)

Can I speed this up? How?
Is 100ms ok response time or should I be able to get response faster?
Can I ask for a Bulk (list of RICs)?

Thanks,

rkd-apihistoricalrkd
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Hi @henrik, I would consider 100ms to be in the acceptable range, for a response from a web service. Remember that the bulk of that time is used by network, from setting up the secure socket, sending request and getting a response. You can also use networking tools to measure it.

If your application requirement is to get bulk timeseries data for large number of instruments, then other products like Tick History is probably a better fit. Please talk to your Refinitiv account manager about it.

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Hello @henrik

Based on the TRKD API Catalog page , the GetInterdayTimeSeries_4 is already deprecated. The latest version is GetInterdayTimeSeries_5 operation, could you please re-test with GetInterdayTimeSeries_5 operation?

Please be informed that both GetInterdayTimeSeries_4 and GetInterdayTimeSeries_5 Symbol parameter support only one RIC.

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Thanks,

I tested with GetInterdayTimeSeries_5 .
The GetInterdayTimeSeries_5 time is the same as GetInterdayTimeSeries_4 .
Each request takes average 100ms.

Should GetInterdayTimeSeries_5 be faster than GetInterdayTimeSeries_4 ?


Br,
Henrik

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