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|320 - SecurityReqID ● #||Required String|
Unique ID of a Security Definition Request.
|58 - Text ● #||Optional String|
Comment, instructions, or other identifying information. Free format text string. Note: this field does not have a specified maximum length
|354 - EncodedTextLen ● #||Optional Length|
Must be set if EncodedText field is specified and must immediately precede it. Byte length of encoded (non-ASCII characters) EncodedText field.
|355 - EncodedText ● #||Optional data|
Encoded (non-ASCII characters) representation of the Text field in the encoded format specified via the MessageEncoding field. Encoded (non-ASCII characters) representation of the Text field in the encoded format specified via the MessageEncoding field. If used, the ASCII (English) representation should also be specified in the Text field.
|336 - TradingSessionID ● #||Optional String|
Optional Trading Session Identifier to specify a particular trading session for which you want to obtain a list of securities that are tradeable. Identifier for Trading Session. Can be used to represent a specific market trading session (e.g. "PRE-OPEN", "CROSS_2", "AFTER-HOURS", "TOSTNET1", "TOSTNET2", etc).
Values should be bi-laterally agreed to between counterparties. Firms may register Trading Session values on the FIX website (presently a document maintained within "ECN and Exchanges" working group section).
|625 - TradingSessionSubID ● #||Optional String|
Optional market assigned sub identifier for a trading session. Usage is determined by market or counterparties. Used by US based futures markets to identify exchange specific execution time bracket codes as required by US market regulations.
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