FIX Algorithmic Trading Definition Language

The FIX Algorithmic Trading Definition Language (FIXatdl) version 1.1 allows the simple, free XML expression of electronic trading capability that empowers automatic generation of rich and dynamic trader GUI.

FIXatdl is built on top of the widely adopted FIX Protocol and allows firms receiving orders to specify exactly how their electronic orders should be expressed. Orders built using FIXatdl can then be transmitted from traders’ systems via the FIX Protocol. All versions of the underlying FIX Protocol are fully supported and zero changes to underlying FIX infrastructure are required.

FIXatdl Resources

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FIXatdl - What Are The Benefits? (English and Japanese) 552.45 KB 10 downloads

FIXatdl presentation given at FPL conference in Tokyo by Scott Atwell and John Shields. Japanese slides follow English slides.

Create date: July 23, 2017
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FIXatdl 1.1 Overview 2.74 MB 14 downloads

FIXatdl presentation to the Global Technical Committee on Feb. 5, 2010

Create date: July 23, 2017
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FIXatdl 1.1 with Errata 20101221 943.32 KB 23 downloads

FIXatdl 1.1 Specification with Errata 20100121, itemized changes for Errata release, xsd schema files, and sample strategy xml file.

Create date: July 23, 2017
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FIXatdl: Revolutionising the Algorithmic Trading Deployment Process 638.50 KB 8 downloads

Short presentation given by Scott Atwell at FPL's 8th Asia Pacific Trading Summit 2010 in Hong Kong.

Create date: July 23, 2017
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Implementing FIXatdl (Technical) 775.27 KB 20 downloads

In depth, technical presentation given by Scott Atwell at FPL conference in New York. Illustrates building a FIXatdl file from scratch.

Create date: July 23, 2017