Audit Trail

Audit Trail

Audit Trail Reference

Context Menu Settings

Right-click in the widget to open the context menu and select the following settings:

  • Export Rows: Exports data to a csv file for the rows you select in the Audit Trail. Use Shift-click to select multiple rows.
  • Clear all filters: Turns off all filters you may have set for each column.
  • Go to date: Allows you to view historical data.
  • Settings: Allows you to customize settings for the widget.

Available settings

These settings affect only the selected Audit Trail widget. To update the default settings with these value for newly-opened Audit Trail widgets, or to expose an option to apply them to existing opened widgets, click Save as default.

  • Ignore global Account List broadcasts — Configures the widget to ignore account selections made in an Account List. When checked (enabled), the widget ignores account selections broadcast by an Account List widget.

  • Set Audit Trail columns: Select the columns you want to show.

Audit Trail column descriptions

Column Description
Account

Account number associated with the transaction.

AcctType

Account type code that defines the trader's relationship with a clearing house

AlgoName

For TT synthetic and algorithm orders, the name of the algorithm controlling the order.

Broker

The broker ID that is associated with the order.

B/S

Whether the transaction represents a Buy or Sell order

ConnectionID

ID of the connection used to route the order or fill.

Contract

The name and contract expiry for the instrument or strategy.

Current User

TT user name of the trader associated with the transaction or owns a staged order.

Date

Date the transaction occurred or the message was sent.

  • Order Book: Date the order was submitted.
  • Fills: Date the fill was received.
  • Audit Trail: Date the message was sent or received.
  • Blocktrader: The date that the block trade was submitted on TT.
Exch

Name of the exchange. Note: For parent TT order type orders, an asterisk "*" is appended to the exchange name in this column (e.g., CME *) to indicate the intended destination of the submitted parent order. No asterisk appears in the Exch column for the related child orders sent to the exchange.

ExchAcct

Account ID assigned the user by the exchange.

ExchLatency

Number of microseconds a message was in transit between TT and an exchange.

Note: Valid only in a Live environment.

ExchOrderID

ID of the order, supplied by the exchange.

ExeQty

Executed quantity (sum of fills) of an order

ExecType

Identifies the purpose of the execution report (when Message Type is ExecutionReport)

Fill Qty

The quantity filled in the order.

Give Up

Account of the give-up party

Manual Fill

Type of manual fill: O (Open), C (Close), S (SOD), M (Manual fill), A (Admin fill)

Message

Message received from the exchange, if sent

Message Type

Type of message sent to or received from the exchange

Modifier

The modifier applied to the order.

Example: Stop, If Touched, Trailing Stop, Trailing IT, Trailing Limit, Machine Gun

O/C

Type of position you are establishing with the order.

OrdQty

Total order quantity

Originator

TT User ID of the person who submitted the order or staged order

P/A

Whether a Brokertec order is passive (PA) or agressive (AA).

Parent ID

TT-generated ID that uniquely identifies a parent order. The ID is also associated with all of its child orders.

For example, if you submit a TT Iceberg order, the ParentID of each child order will contain the TTOrderID of the parent Iceberg order.

P/C

Indicates whether an options contract is a Put (P) or a Call (C).

Price

Price of the order or fill.

Route

Routing destination for the order, such as TT SIM or Algo SE.

Status

The status of the contract (e.g., Pre-Open, Open, Clsd, Auction).

Strike

Displays the strike price of the options contract.

SynthStatus

The status of the parent synthetic order.

TextA

Displays an optional, user-defined text value from the Setup app or entered in the TextA free-form text field in the Order Ticket. This value remains on the order in the TT system. If accepted or required by an exchange, the value in this column may be routed to the exchange for clearing and back office purposes.

TextB

Displays an optional, user-defined text value from the Setup app or entered in the TextB free-form text field in the Order Ticket. This value remains on the order in the TT system. If accepted or required by an exchange, the value in this column may be routed to the exchange for clearing and back office purposes.

TextTT

Displays an optional, user-defined text value from the Setup app or entered in the TextTT free-form text field in the Order Ticket. The value displayed in this column remains on submitted orders for tracking purposes in the TT system, but is not routed to the exchange.

You can show or hide the Text TT text box for a selected working order in the Order Toolbar. You can add or modify the text that displays in the TextTT column for the selected order.

Note: For Autospreader orders submitted by an ADL algo, the value is populated with the order tag of the parent algo order.

TIF

Time In Force for the order.

TTLatency

Number of microseconds TT took to respond to a quote or fill.

Note: Valid only in a Live environment.

TTOrderID

TT-generated ID that uniquely identifies the order associated with the transaction.

Time

Time the transaction occurred.

  • Order Book: Date the order was submitted.
  • Fills: Date the fill was received.
  • Audit Trail: Date the message was sent or received.
  • Options Chain: The time of the last trade for a Call or Put Option.
TrigPrice

Price at which to enter an order (Shown only when an order has an associated Trigger price, such as a TT Stop or TT If-Touched order)

Type

Type of order associated with this transaction (e.g. Limit or Market).

UndQty

Undisclosed quantity of a disclosed quantity order (e.g. Iceberg. TT Iceberg, Time Sliced)

WorkQty

Working quantity of the order

Filtering columns

If a column is filterable, a drop-down arrow appears when you hover on the column header.

To filter the column, click the arrow to select one or more values and click OK.

When a column is filtered, the column header is highlighted and the filter icon is displayed. To clear a filter, click the icon and select Clear Filter.