History (Daily, Weekly, Monthly Bars)

R. Todd Gafford -

This sample demonstrates methods for requesting and processing Daily bars, or other intervals greater than a single day, such as Weekly or Monthly. Please see the Tick History sample for tick or minute bars. There is a link to download the sample at the end of this article.

Before you run the sample, you need to have the following:

  • Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.8 or higher
  • A current ICE Data Services client account. If you do not yet have an account, click here to find out about setting up a trial.

To run the sample from a command line, go to the folder in which you unzipped the sample (see attachment below) and enter the following command:

> java -cp .;JStandardSamples.jar;lib/* HistoryManager.DWMHistory.Main 
          [-h <host>] -u <username> -p <password> 
[-b <beginDate> -e <endDate> -i <interval> -s <symbols>] [-o <options>]
$ java -cp .:JStandardSamples.jar:lib/* HistoryManager.DWMHistory.Main 
          [-h <host>] -u <username> -p <password> 
[-b <beginDate> -e <endDate> -i <interval> -s <symbols> [-o <options>]


Argument Value Description
-h <host> is the address to use to connect to the ICE Data Services Consolidated Feed Network.
-u <username> is the username for your client (required field)
-p <password> is the password for your client (required field)
-b <beginDate> is the start date for the record set. <yyyy/mm/dd>
-e <endDate> is the end date for the record set. <yyyy/mm/dd>
-i <interval> is the interval for the request. Valid intervals include:
-s <symbols> is the symbol, or symbols, to use for making the historical request. A single instrument may be entered, or a comma separated list of symbols. Symbols that include a space must be enclosed in quotes.
Multiple symbols must be separated by commas with no spaces. If one of the symbols contains a space, the entire list must be enclosed in quotes.
   -s ICE,GE,WFM
-s "ICE,CL #F,WFM"
-o <options> is one or more options supported by this sample. For a complete list of options, run the sample without a username or password. This will display the online help for the sample and provide a list of available options.

Note: <username> and <password> must be entered at the command line, but the other arguments are optional. If you do not provide a value for an argument the sample will use a default value.