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Sequence Reset with 43=N - URGENT

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Hari R
2694 days ago,(2006/12/05)

Hello All,

Can someone let me know if Sequence Reset message should have 43=N or 43=Y?

Which message is correct of these 2?
What should be the response for both?

8=FIX.4.1
9=96
35=4
52=20061204-23:15:19
122=20061204-23:15:19
43=N
97=N
34=100
49=xxxx
56=yyyy
123=Y
36=100
10=109

8=FIX.4.1
9=96
35=4
52=20061204-23:15:19
122=20061204-23:15:19
43=Y
97=N
34=100
49=xxxx
56=yyyy
123=Y
36=100
10=109

FIX Trading Community
2694 days ago,(2006/12/05)

[ original email was from Herby Raynaud - herby.raynaud@transacttools.net ]
Whenever you are communicating to your counterparty that a message with the currenty sequence number may have already been sent you must set the possdup flag to "Y".

According to the FIX spec

Upon receipt of a Resend Request, the resender can respond in one of three ways:
1. retransmit the requested messages (in order) with the original sequence numbers and PossDupFlag set to “Y”
2. issue a SeqReset-GapFill with PossDupFlag set to “Y” message to replace the retransmission of administrative and application messages
3. issue a SeqReset-Reset with PossDupFlag set to “Y” to force sequence number synchronization

I hope this answers your question

> Hello All,
>
> Can someone let me know if Sequence Reset message should have
> 43=N or 43=Y?
>
> Which message is correct of these 2? What should be the response for
> both?
>
> 8=FIX.4.1 9=96 35=4 52=20061204-23:15:19 122=20061204-23:15:19 43=N 97=N
> 34=100 49=xxxx 56=yyyy 123=Y 36=100 10=109
>
> 8=FIX.4.1 9=96 35=4 52=20061204-23:15:19 122=20061204-23:15:19 43=Y 97=N
> 34=100 49=xxxx 56=yyyy 123=Y 36=100 10=109