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TRTH Qualifier Meaning

Hi community,


When using TRTH data, Qualifier code seems unclear to me. I checked documentations RDMFieldDictionary and enumtype.def files, but there are still some extra codes. For example,


MSFT.O,Market Price,2020-03-16T09:34:27.533993762-04,Trade,ADF,140.0319,125,@ Z[GV4_TEXT];141[IRGCOND];[GV3_TEXT],13:34:27.519000000,,


Questions are:

1) What does the @ sign mean in the first Qualifier?

2) 141 is not found in enumtype.def, what does it mean?

3) Market melt happened on 2020-03-16, how could this trade happen?


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Hello @yoghurtshawn,

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A useful additional resource for TRTH REST is REST API Reference Tree

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