Interface SubmissionClientFieldSet

    • Method Detail

      • getCurrencyPair

        default String getCurrencyPair()
        The currency pair for the trade. This is sent in preference to BaseCurrency and TermCurrency because CurrencyPair is what we permission on. It would be a security hole for the back end to read BaseCurrency and TermCurrency fields, because a malicious client could send a valid currency pair in the CurrencyPair field in order to pass the permission check, but send two different currencies in the BaseCurrency and TermCurrency fields in order to execute a trade on a non-permissioned currency pair. Example value: EURUSD
      • getDealtCurrency

        default String getDealtCurrency()
        The dealt currency for the trade (what the amount is expressed in). Must be either the base or term currency.Example value: EUR
      • getAssetClass

        default String getAssetClass()
        The asset class for the trade; used by permissioning and licensing. Example value: FX
      • getTradingAssetClass

        default String getTradingAssetClass()
        The trading asset class for the trade; used by permissioning and licensing. Example value: FX
      • getTradingProtocol

        default String getTradingProtocol()
        The trade protocol, e.g, ESP or RFS. The Trading DataSource library needs this so that it knows which state model to use for the trade. Also used for permissioning.
      • getTradingSubProtocol

        default String getTradingSubProtocol()
        The trade sub protocol, e.g. SALES_ESP or SALES_RFS. Also used for permissioning.
      • getAccount

        default String getAccount()
        The settlement account to use
      • getTOBOUser

        default String getTOBOUser()
        The user the trade is on behalf of. For example, if does a trade on behalf of then the value of this field will be If this is not a TOBO trade then this field is not sent. Example value:
      • getControlAddLeg

        default String getControlAddLeg()
        This is a control field that the front end trading library adds automatically. The user code doesn't need to do anything with this.
      • getTradingType

        default String getTradingType()
        This could be SPOT, FWD for example
      • getForceReporting

        default String getForceReporting()
        Indicates whether a trade should be flagged for reporting.
      • getNumLLegs

        default int getNumLLegs()
        Get the number of L legs for this trade