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Bloomberg API Emulator (v 1.0.3)

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Released: Apr 4, 2013
Updated: Apr 4, 2013 by Robinson664
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This release has four new features including a new type of Request: It includes a new type of Bloomberg API request: IntradayBarRequests. A user requested that I make the DLL ComVisible for Java coders, so I did that. I also fixed a couple of errors with HistoricalDataResponses, IntradayTickResponses, and the ChainTickers field.

IntradayBarRequest: From the Bloomberg API Documentation: Bloomberg maintains a tick-by-tick history going back 140 days for all securities where streaming data is available. This intraday data can be used to draw detailed charts, for technical analysis, or to retrieve the initial data for a monitoring graph function such as the GIP<GO> function on the BLOOMBERG PROFESSIONAL service.

I included a sample IntradayBarRequest in the Examples project. You can run the Examples.exe executable and push "5" to see an IntradayBarRequest in action. You can inspect the code to see how to make a request.
Java: The BEmu.DLL is ComVisible and the /bin folder contains a .TLB file. This may help those who want to write Java code. I have not tested this with Java so I'm not sure if it works or not. This was a requested feature however. If anyone wants to try calling the DLL from Java, please let me know how it works. I may do a full Java port in the future, but not anytime soon.

HistoricalDataResponse & IntradayTickResponse Names: I had the name of a HistoricalDataResponse and IntradayTickResponse set to "TBD". This is wrong. I changed their names to their proper value: "HistoricalDataResponse" and "IntradayTickResponse" respectively.

ChainTickers: I did not provide a way to inspect the values in a ChainTickers response. This was an oversight. Users can use this now with the method implementations in BEmu/ReferenceDataRequest/ElementReferenceArrayChainTickersItem.cs

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