QuickFIX/J
  1. QuickFIX/J
  2. QFJ-158

CxlType field should only show up in FIX40.xml file - it doesn't exist in subsequent FIX versions

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Default Default
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 1.2.1
    • Fix Version/s: 1.2.1
    • Component/s: Build
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      Description

      According to the FIX specs at http://www.btobits.com/fixopaedia/, the CxlType (125) field only exists in FIX.4.0
      That field is no longer present in anything from 4.1-4.4

      However, the field does show up in FIX41-43.xml files, and as a result the CxlType field that is created uses the definition from FIX43.xml file which doesn't contain the 2 constants that the CxlType field should contain (see http://www.btobits.com/fixopaedia/fixdic40/fd0e-125-3132.html).

      I propose to remove the CxlType field definition from the FIX41-43.xml files to comply with the spec.

      Perhaps there's some other dependency or backwards compatibility issues that i may be missing?

      thoughts?

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        Toli Kuznets added a comment -

        fixed in revision 604

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        Toli Kuznets added a comment - fixed in revision 604
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        Jörg Thönnes added a comment -

        Hi Toli,

        just checked FPL Fiximate. They confirm this.
        So removing is OK, I see no issues except somebody uses this
        field where he should not.

        Cheers, Jörg

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        Jörg Thönnes added a comment - Hi Toli, just checked FPL Fiximate. They confirm this. So removing is OK, I see no issues except somebody uses this field where he should not. Cheers, Jörg

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          • Assignee:
            Toli Kuznets
            Reporter:
            Toli Kuznets
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