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How to do integration of elektron service with java application

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I have taken Consumer.java (450-series) from examples and then added that file in our spring boot application. Integrating to ERT this way, Is this correct approach?


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Hi @Maha Rana Parthap Sing,

I would suggest you start by looking at the learning material for the Refinitiv Real-Time SDK within the Developer portal. You will find quick start guides and tutorials that will help guide you and provide a general understanding around creating real-time applications.

Refinitiv Real-Time Java SDK | Refinitiv Developers

You certainly can start with the Consumer.java as the basis for your application. The above link is provided to help the developer understand the specific steps.

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Hello @Maha Rana Parthap Sing

Besides the learning material suggested by my colleague above, there is the How to build a scalable web service for stock prices article which uses EMA Java API with the Spring framework that might be helpful. The article's source code is available here.

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