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QuickFIX Messenger

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QuickFIX Messenger is a front-end messaging application built on-top of the QuickFIX/J engine.

It is a tool designed for technical individuals working on the Financial Information eXchange ("FIX") Protocol. The FIX Protocol is an industry-driven messaging standard for the electronic communication of trade-related messages.

QuickFIX Messenger is ideal for testing different messages and scenarios on FIX infrastructures. It provides a simple graphical user interface (GUI) for constructing and sending FIX messages across a given FIX session.

Visit our User's Guide for more information.

If you'd like to report a bug or request for a new feature, please log a ticket on our tracker.

For support, questions, or general discussions, kindly visit our forum.

Because of new features added to version 2.0, Java 7 (JRE 1.7) or later is required to run QuickFIX Messenger.

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Features

QuickFIX Messenger is fully open source and supports the following features:

  • FIX versions 4.0 to 5.0 (including FIXT 1.1)
  • Add messages to a project
  • Export/import messages as XML
  • Repeating Groups
  • Components
  • Filters required & optional fields
  • Modify Header & Trailer
  • Send messages from text (i.e. log files)
  • Act as session initiator or acceptor
  • Verify data format
  • Custom Logon(A) message
  • Session management
  • Message logging
  • Quick links to FIXwiki (i.e. messages, fields, components)

Screenshots

The stand-alone application:

The application in "Project" mode:

Technology

QuickFIX Messenger is written in Java/Swing and would run on most platforms.

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