The Sets SLC plug-in is a specialised monitor for SLC connectivity to the London (SETS) or Johannesburg (JSE) stock exchanges that utilises the TCP/IP connections.
This plug-in produces a single view as shown below:
|logonStatus||Current status of the SLC connection to SETS.|
|logonTime||Time the SLC logged on to SETS.|
|serviceCode||Unique three digit code identifying the service.|
|Name||Name of the service.|
|isSubscribing||Indicates whether the service is actively subscribing.|
|startSubscribeTime||Time the service started subscribing.|
|lastActivity||Time of the last activity on this session.|
|todaysRerequests||Total number of messages requested today.|
|rerequestMsgCount||Total number of requests to the exchange generated by the above.|
|MktMsgCount||Number of Market messages between this service and market.|
|IpollMsgCount||Number of Idle poll messages between this service and the market.|
|totalMsgCount||Combined total message count between this service and the market.|
The following parameters can be configured for this plug-in:
Boolean, set to true if multicast is being used.
This plug-in does not track multicast traffic and if the multicastSessions parameter is set then the columns IsSubscribing, StartSubscribeTime and Last Activity are hidden.
The full path to the SLC P1 log file.
The log file actually defaults to p1xxx_yyyymmdd.log, however it is recommended that the * wild card is used, as above, as this will always track the latest version of the P1 log file, even if it spans two working days.
Use this section of multiple data files (one per session) are used - otherwise use the single dataFile parameter.
When multiple data files are used, Idle Polls are not recorded in the data files. Thus the columns IpollMsgCount and TotalMsgCount are hidden.
In the case where multiple data files are used, one per session. The datafile will be substitute <SESSIONCODE> with the session names extracted from the ini file. E.g. Instead of "/slc/data/20*.data" for the datafile you would expect to see "/slc/data/20*,<SESSIONCODE>.data".