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Accessing the database externally

Postby MidKnight » 05 Jun 2013

Hi there,

Is it possible to access the database externally in a read-only fashion? Dumping my symbols manually is a tedious job......

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Re: Accessing the database externally

Postby Henry MultiСharts » 05 Jun 2013

Hello MidKnight,

MultiCharts uses Firebird free open source database.
Please refer to the database documentation to learn how to access it.

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Re: Accessing the database externally

Postby Dru » 10 Jun 2013

Dumping my symbols manually is a tedious job......

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foreach(var symbol in SymbolStorage.GetSymbols("IQFeed"))
Output.WriteLine(symbol.SymbolName);

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Re: Accessing the database externally

Postby jek » 26 Nov 2016

Dumping my symbols manually is a tedious job......

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foreach(var symbol in SymbolStorage.GetSymbols("IQFeed"))
Output.WriteLine(symbol.SymbolName);
Do you have a way of dumping the data programmatically? Can you say more about how you do this?


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