TS to Excell.DLL  [SOLVED]

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TS to Excell.DLL  [SOLVED]

Postby miltonc » 14 Apr 2006

Hi All
Will the above send information from MultiCharts to Excell
If not,how can this be done
Any way to send it directly from the TS2000i Global server ?
Thanks
Milton

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Postby Alex Kramer » 17 Apr 2006

Could you please provide more information? What is that .dll - part of TS?
What kind of data do you intend to send? We're not in any position to make recommendations on TS products, so please explain your needs in more detail.

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Data to Excell

Postby miltonc4 » 18 Apr 2006

Alex Kramer wrote:Could you please provide more information? What is that .dll - part of TS?
What kind of data do you intend to send? We're not in any position to make recommendations on TS products, so please explain your needs in more detail.


Hi Alex


I have an indicator that draws a line on the chart
Once prices close above the line, need to go back to the last lowest low and send the following info to excel:-
Trade number
Date
Time low bar was made
The Bar number counted from a previously defined date
Price extreme since before crossing line
Bars since last low
Range since last low
Bars since crossover
Range since crossover

Same when prices close below the line

Please advise
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Milton

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Postby Alex Kramer » 18 Apr 2006

Could we please have a look at this TS to Excell.DLL - it's a third-party too that might do the job, but it requires testing. Could you send this .dll or provide a link to it?


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Postby Alex Kramer » 19 Apr 2006

Dear Milton -

Did you or anybody else try out that .dll, any results? Theoretically this could work in MultiCharts if it works in TS, we're not doing this experiment ourselves so far.

Thanks for the links, now we'll know what was meant.


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