TT Backtesting provides two levels of error handling: pre-test error checks and post-test issues.
TT Backtesting performs some basic error checks when you start a backtest. Rather than starting the backtest and allowing the algo to handle the errors, these checks occur before TT Backtest expends the resources for which you are charged.
For example, if you were to specify a date in the future for the backtest, the backtest cannot complete successfully; you can correct these issues before the backtest starts.
To correct the errors:
The following illustrate different ways a backtest might fail or be unable to produce complete results.
In this situation, the backtest completed but did not produce any results.
In this case, some unknown error occurred during the backtest which caused it to fail without generating any results.
In this situation, the backtest failed with a known error condition but was able to produce partial results. You can hover over the to see the error message.
If you receive a failed backtest error, contact TT Support.