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Requesting historic bar data via RFA

Its great that you have all those examples in the RFA.NET package but Im sorry it does not cover the basics and gives zero over site.

Where can I find examples of how to build send and receive requests for Historic Bar Data, ie 1 min bars for CLc1.

Where can I find examples of how to subscribe to Economic release.

A simple guild on how to build and send requests would be good.

datahistorical.net
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Hi @gordon.konheiser,

Have you seen the Quickstart and step by step tutorials for RFA.NET. They cover the basics of how to build and send the request. Please note that RFA is a feature complete (legacy) API and we encourage the new applications to use the EMA API, or the Websockets.

RFA and the EMA are geared towards the streaming real time data consumption in an application. As such, historical data is not delivered through these real time channels, and we offer different products like Refinitiv Tickhistory or RDP for that. I would recommend that you speak to your Refinitiv account manager about your requirements, and they would be able to guide you to an appropriate product.

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Are there APIs for .NET compatible with .net 6 ?

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EMA is only available in Java and C++. For .NET, you could use Websockets API. Here are some of the C# examples. You can start from the MarketPrice.cs example and also follow the tutorials I linked in the previous post.

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What veriosn of .NET is that ?

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Ive just downloaded that , its an old version of .net , 4.5.2 . Are there any apis that are .net 6 (modern standard)?

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There are no out of box sample for .NET 6 right now.

The Websockets is not an API but a protocol specification and the user is free to implement this specification in any language/version or platform they need. We provide some examples in magnitude of languages, but you can use that as a baseline to build it for .NET 6.

As seen in the MarketPrice example, it depends on the third party JSON and Websockets modules. You can use either the ones shown in the sample, or other ones of your choice.

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