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Configuring user access to ASX

To configure user access to ASX:

  1. Click the Users | Exchanges tab for a user selected in the data grid.
  2. Click the exchange list drop down arrow, and scroll to and select an exchange.
  3. Click the Subscriber Market Data, FIX Market Data and Order Routing tabs to configure the user for the selected exchange:

    • Use the Subscriber Market Data tab to allow or deny the user access to all market data per product group.
    • Use the FIX Market Data tab to allow or deny the user access to all market data through TT FIX per product group.
    • Use the Order Routing tab to configure exchange credentials for user identification.
  4. Configure the following Order Routing settings:

    • Text A — An optional, user-defined text value that remains on submitted orders in the TT system and is sent to the exchange in Tag 58. Enter up to 6 characters. Alpha-numeric and special characters are allowed.
    • Text B — An optional, user-defined text value that remains on submitted orders in the TT system, but is not sent to the exchange. Alpha-numeric and special characters are allowed.
    • Text TT — An optional, user-defined text value that remains on submitted orders in the TT system, but is not sent to the exchange. Alpha-numeric and special characters are allowed.
    • UCP Key — Sets an unintentional order crossing identifier (key) on orders submitted by the user when UCP is active. If two orders from the same user or company have matching UCP keys on both sides of a trade, then the trade is handled as a Private Booking Report rather than a normal trade by the exchange. Enter an up-to-10 character, user-defined UCP Key value. Alpha-numeric and special characters are allowed.
    • Max Order Rate — Sets the maximum number of orders per second that a user can enter per connection. This limit cannot exceed the exchange-defined order rate maximum.
  5. Click the Subscriber Market Data tab to allow or deny access to the following market data groups available at the exchange:

    If Allow is enabled, click Sessions to set how many simultaneous market data sessions the user can have active using different IP Addresses/Applications. Selecting 0 - Delay Only indicates that the product group is denied in all environments except the delayed environment, which does not have access to real-time market data.
  6. Click the FIX Market Data tab to allow or deny access to the following market data groups available at the exchange from TT FIX:

    If Allow is enabled, click FIX Users to set how many simultaneous market data sessions the user can have active using different FIX Users. Selecting 0 indicates FIX users can access only security definitions and security status updates for the product group.
  7. Configure the following options on the Exchange Settings tab:

    Non-Professional — Sets whether the ASX market data user is considered a "non-professional" trader for ASX billing purposes. When this setting is enabled, the CASXME non-professional self-certification agreement is sent to the user's Agreements tab for the user to sign. The status "Pending Verification" is displayed until the agreement is signed. This checkbox is unchecked by default.
  8. Click Save Changes.