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刘琛
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Hi guys,

    I am now working on a project using QuickFix. There are multi-clients which need to connect two servers at the same time. How can these two servers communicate with each other? How can clients connect to two servers at the same time?  Using threads? 

    Best wishes,

    Chen

  

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Grant Birchmeier
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Every QuickFIX connection is between an Initiator object and an Acceptor object.  These are analogous to a client and server, in that an Acceptor waits for an Initiator to connect.  Clients usually use Initiators and servers usually use Acceptors.

​A client application can connect to two servers by creating two Initiators.  Each Initiator will have its own session configuration (the config file can contain multiple session configs).

Two server applications can connect to each other via FIX, but one's going to have to use an Initiator and the other will use an Acceptor.  Using FIX is right approach here; if the servers are controlled by the same firm then maybe they should use something else on an internal network.



On Sat, Apr 12, 2014 at 1:38 PM, 刘琛 <[hidden email]> wrote:
QuickFIX Documentation: http://www.quickfixengine.org/quickfix/doc/html/index.html
QuickFIX Support: http://www.quickfixengine.org/services.html


Hi guys,

    I am now working on a project using QuickFix. There are multi-clients which need to connect two servers at the same time. How can these two servers communicate with each other? How can clients connect to two servers at the same time?  Using threads? 

    Best wishes,

    Chen

  

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