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RCC Cannot Establish VAConsumer/ini File/Config - Need RCC Login Help

In your SDK, you have a VAConsumer application which I have built and run : I do not get same results as your test tool with my credentials.

Therefore, I ask the following:

1) Source code to SampleContributionsChannelPublisher if you can get it; If not, then

2) Configuration for VAConsumer that allows our credentials below (from attached .INI file) to work and contribute to our RIC codes:

[ChannelConfiguration]
useEncryption=true
host=contrib1-amers1.platform.refinitiv.com
port=443
serviceName=DDS_TRCE

[User]
loginName=****************
password=****************


Do we need a company specific SSL cert? We can connect to ads, to deliver quotes, but cannot do it 'right'.

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@matthew.horisk

Refer to this website, the RCC server uses the certificate issued by Comodo.

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As I know, VAConsumer can connect to RCC but it is unable to contribute data to RCC. You can refer to the tutorials in the Refinitiv Real-Time SDK - C/C++.



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Hello @matthew.horisk

Did you check the ETA Consumer - Posting data to Contribution Channel tutorial page yet? The tutorial provides a step-by-step guide to build and run the VAConsumer to contribute data to the RCC server. You can download the example code from RTSDK C++ Tutorial Source Code download page.

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