armstrong.whit at gmail.com
Tue Jul 7 00:22:05 CEST 2015
IANAL and all that, but...
My usual advice, if you happen to have two machines called W and L...
1) download socat.
2) run this as a batch file on machine "W":
socat TCP4-LISTEN:18194,fork TCP4:localhost:8194
3) connect like this from R on machine "L":
## set your options in your .Rprofile
library(Rblpapi) ## will establish the connection on startup if
is in your options
Like I mentioned, consult your in house council before running w/ this.
On Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 5:17 PM, Nick White <n-e-w at qtradr.net> wrote:
> Server API or B-PIPE subscription.
> Has anyone tried connecting their Rblpapi on a Linux VM to the necessary
> terminal desktop ports?
> On Tuesday, July 7, 2015, Aaron Goldenberg <aaron at quantrisktrading.com>
> > I was excited to try out the RBlpapi package until I discovered that
> > Bloomberg professional does not have a Linux download. If RBlpapi runs on
> > Linux, how do you use it with Bloomberg?
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