The Open Source Java Solution for FIXatdl
atdl4j is an open source and not-for-profit Java implementation of FIXatdl, the FIX Protocol Algorithmic Trading Definition Language standard developed by FIX Protocol Limited (FPL).
Please see the atdl4j Homepage for an overview.
- Compatible with Java 6 and upper versions
- Displays algo input screens based on the latest industry-standard FIXatdl 1.1 XML schema
- Reads and generates algorithm-specific FIX message content
- Can be integrated into a trading system, or run as a standalone testing/validation tool.
- Supports the full set of UI widgets defined in FIXatdl 1.1
- Support for message validation and widget state rules (such as show/hide and enable/disable.)
- Supports strategy filtering, customizable settings, and context-specific views (for example Cancel/Replace mode)
- Written in the Java language using standard libraries.
- Both Swing and SWT user interfaces are available, using shared base classes.
- Source code can be modified to support in-house FIXatdl schema extensions
If you wish to contribute code to atdl4j:
- Fork the atdl4j project on GitHub
- Commit your changes to your fork
- Raise a pull request, which will be reviewed by the atdl4j core team
If you are new to git source control and/or Github, please visit the Github Help Page
Docs and downloads are available at the atdl4j Wiki
Running the testing apps:
mvn.bat exec:java -Pswing
mvn.bat exec:java -Pswt
FIX Engine Integration
Please note that atdl4j is NOT a FIX engine for sending and receiving orders over the wire. Rather, atdl4j draws order entry screens from FIXatdl templates and gets/sets their FIX parameter values.
If you are intending to implement a full-stack trading system with FIX order capability, you will additionally require a FIX engine such as the open-source QuickFIX/J.
- Scott Atwell, American Century
- John Shields
- Danilo Tuler, Investtools
- Renato Gallart, Investtools
atdlj is licensed under the MIT license. Refer to LICENSE file for details
FIX Protocol and FIXatdl are trademarks or service marks of FIX Protocol Limited
Looking for a .NET implementation of FIXatdl? Check out atdl4net