To make it easier to create your own connections, theS# package includes a number of special adapters:
An adapter that monitors ConnectMessage and DisconnectMessage messages when the connection is dropped and on subsequent attempts to re-establish it. Additionally, it sends a TimeMessage to the connection to simulate ping messages if the IMessageAdapterHeartbeatInterval is set.
An adapter that monitors subscriptions of the SecurityLookupMessage type for which the connection does not send the resulting SubscriptionFinishedMessage message. In this case, this adapter independently generates the resulting message after a certain timeout.
An adapter that collects a whole order book from incremental messages. See Order books (incremental and regular) for details Order books (incremental and regular).
An adapter that automatically sorts buy and sell orders in the order book if is QuoteChangeMessageIsSorted set to false.
An adapter that automatically cuts the order book depth if MarketDataMessageMaxDepth was set when subscribing.
An adapter that automatically splits a history request into multiple sub-requests at intervals. See Historical data for details.
An adapter that automatically replaces instrument IDs, if they are specified in the ISecurityMappingStorage storage.
An adapter that automatically replaces instrument IDs, if the adapter works with system instrument codes IMessageAdapterIsNativeIdentifiers.
An adapter that monitors subscriptions and prevents duplicate online subscriptions from being sent further into the connection. Duplicate subscriptions are saved and added to outgoing messages that inherit from ISubscriptionIdMessage via the ISubscriptionIdMessageSubscriptionIds property..
Subscription monitoring adapter. Unlike SubscriptionOnlineMessageAdapter, adapter redirects duplicate subscriptions further and works not only with online subscriptions, but also with history.
An adapter that monitors transactional messages (orders or trades) and sorts them in case the information about the trade comes earlier than the information about the order for which the trade was completed.
An adapter that monitors historical subscriptions and tries to load data from internal storage. If the required data is not available, the subscription is redirected fur
Adapter gluing, building (from ticks or other available data) and loading candles.