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Technical Resources / Specifications

 

FIX Trading Community™ activities span a wide range of technical capabilities and disciplines impacting every aspect of electronic trading and the trade life-cycle. This is the place to find the specifications, recommended implementation guidelines, information, tools and other resources to help you effectively understand and use the various standards, protocols and tools.

 

Family of Standards

FIX Protocol

The FIX Protocol Application Layer messaging specifications from Version 4.0 to 5.0 Service Pack 2 and associated SP2 Extension Packs. The functionality matrix summarising functional and asset class coverage by FIX® version is also available.

FAST Protocol

The standard for market data optimisation. FAST Protocol(SM) specifications, user guides, reference code and FAST Interoperability Portal.

FIXatdl Protocol

The FIX Protocol Application Layer messaging specifications from Version 4.0 to 5.0 Service Pack 2 and associated SP2 Extension Packs. The functionality matrix summarising functional and asset class coverage by FIX version is also available.

 

Tools

FIX Repository

The FIX Repository is a set of XML files for the FIX Protocol application layer messaging specification.

FIXwiki

The FIXwiki provides a wiki platform in which members can share their knowledge and implementation know-how of the FIX Protocol standard. You must be a member in order to obtain a login to edit the FIXwiki.

FIXimate

FIXimate3.0 is the web-based view of the FIX Protocol component, message and data dictionary definitions, covering versions 4.0 to 5.0SP2. A link is also provided to the FIXimate for the latest available Extension Pack (EP).

  

 

 

FIX Trading Community would like to thank both Altova and NoMagic, Inc. for kindly contributing complementary licenses of their design tools which will enable FIX Trading Community to focus on its core business of creating industry standards and will help in our technical efforts by further automating the maintenance of FIX messaging standards. Altova contributed StyleVision  and their XMLSpy XML Editor. NoMagic, Inc. contributed their MagicDraw suite.