Discussion in 'Interactive Brokers' started by Merkur, Jan 16, 2002.
sending you a PM (basically asking if I can get an example of the code to pass to a programmer)
I used only the "add" button too.
I emailed a detailed example to email@example.com a week ago, but no answer up to now.
And the main thing I am disappointed now:
IB releases the active-x control, which could solve the problem, but the sample spreadsheet for this does not contain the conditional-orders page anymore. Why that?
What's the benefit of using Excel/ActiveX vs. Excel/DDE?
the others can answer better than me but from what i understand DDE from microsoft has stability issues and is no longer upgraded or supported by msft. ActiveX replaced DDE and is more stable and reliable.
Did anybody got an answer from IB concerning these multiple triggered conditional orders in Excel?
there was a bug that occured when programmer A's code met with programmer B's. I think the latest release should solve the problem.
I am sorry def, but the problem is still not solved. I have tested it some minutes ago again with the newest TWS (753.4) and the actual Sample- Spreadsheet for DDE.
And the funny thing is: In the sample-spreadsheet for active-x there is no more a page for conditional orders. Is this the way of IB to eliminate problems?
I deleted the excel folder and took the install file for active-x, dde etc.(not the upgrade-file).
Now I have a new spreadsheet for DDE, and this one finally works, great! So the problem of multiple orders is really solved, I can't believe.
Thx Def for your support.
a convenient way to solve a problem, don't give us any ideas
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