This window allows you to track your orders. By default, it is positioned at the bottom of the platform. The Orders window can be accessed by clicking on the Orders icon  - Main Toolbar_Dealing Rates0001 on the Main toolbar, or by clicking on the Main Menu button Main Toolbar_Dealing Rates0000 and then selecting Orders. The ID numbers of all Logical orders (including Conditional orders in logical mode and Stop/Limits to open logical positions) will be coloured in purple.

 

The following window will appear:

 

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In this window you can find detailed information about each order you have placed ever since you started trading on your account. If the list were to contain all of your orders, it would be far too long and difficult to handle. This is why we filter the data and only display the orders that are of  interest to you. The buttons at the bottom help you manage your selection. When you open the window, the orders for the current day are shown as well as all confirmed the data and only display only the orders that are of  interest to you. The buttons at the bottom help you manage your selection. When you open the window, the orders for the current day are shown as well as all confirmed Limit, Stop and OCO orders, and the Day button is highlighted to mark this.
 

Pending

The Pending button displays all your Limit, Stop and OCO orders which have been placed but not yet executed.
Note: Cancelled Limit/Stop/OCO orders are not included in this list.

Day

The Day button lists the orders placed during the current trading day as well as all confirmed Limit, Stop and OCO orders.

Filters

Filters for the orders

Base orders

    Shows only the orders that have Conditional orders attached to them. The base orders are marked with an asterisk(*)

Filters

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When you click on the Filters button at the bottom, five filters will, giving you the option to see the orders you have placed during a certain period of time and of a certain type and with a certain status. Choose the period by selecting the From and To dates from the calendar that will appear. Then choose the Order type and/or the Order status. You have the option to browse through your orders history by a particular instrument. In order to do so, please select it from the All Instruments drop-down menu. To see the filtered list, you need to press the Refresh button.

 

Field Chooser - Enables you to select which columns will be visible or hidden in the Order List window. To hide or show a column, click on the Field Chooser clip0158 button. 

The Data in the Columns

Each column of data in the Order List window can be resized, hidden or sorted at your discretion.

 

Order ID - The Order ID is a unique identification number assigned to the order when it was received on the server. The ID numbers of all Logical orders (including Conditional orders in logical mode and Stop/Limits to open logical positions) will be coloured in purple. Hovering over the order ID in tooltip you can see the order type. The sign in the column shows what type is the order:

*     -     The orders which have attached Conditional orders are base orders.


^     -     The orders which are attached to base orders are Conditional orders. They are marked with a " ^ ".


#     -     The attached Limit/Stop or an OCO order to a position is marked with a " # ".

Trading Operation  - B for buy and S for sell;
Instrument - the symbol of the instrument;
Quantity        - the amount of the order in UNITS;
Placed Price - the price (Bid or Ask, respective to B/S) the order was placed at;
Execution Price - the price the order was executed at. When you place the cursor over the order's execution price in Execution Price column, you can see Limit Price improvement which is the profit of Executed pending order at a better price than the one requested:

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Current Pos PL - By default, this column is hidden; it contains the following information:

- the lots/numbers of the position in the instrument after the execution of this order. If the amount is shown in green, this means that the position is long, and if is red with a negative sign, it is short;

- the average price of the position in the instrument after the execution of this order;

- realised profit/loss from this executed order (in the currency of the account);

- text "closed" if the execution of this order closes a position;

- text "entry" if the execution of this order opens a position;

 NoteIf with the execution of one order a position is being closed and opened simultaneously (passes through the zero point), this field will contain:

- the amount of the order that closed the position with a "closed" message; 

- the residual amount of the same order with which opened the position with text "entry"

- the Executed price of this order which simultaneously opens and closes the position

- the total profit / loss (in account currency at current exchange rate) from the closure of the position till the current time after the opening of a new position for the instrument 

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Value - This is the order's quantity multiplied by the price the order was executed at, which gives you the value of the order in the currency of the traded instrument. By default this column is hidden;
Validity - Depending on its validity period, it could be a GTC order (Good Till Cancelled) or a Day order (valid only through the day);
Currency - The currency of the instrument;
Order Status - The status of an order can be:

Confirmed

An order is confirmed when it was successfully received on the server and is waiting to be executed.

Executed

When an orders is executed, its status changes to Executed.

Cancelled

An order can be cancelled either by client request or by the trading server. The server will cancel an order when, for some reason, it is not possible to execute it. This could be due to insufficient funds in your account, Limit/Stops attached to a position which you have closed, and so on. When you hover over a cancelled order, the reason for cancellation is displayed at the bottom bar.

Order Type - Orders can be of the following types: Market, Limit, Stop, and OCO
Place Date - This is the date the order was placed on;  
Date/Last Change On - The date and time when the order status was last changed. 

 

You can sort the information in each column by clicking on its header.

 

Except the Context Menu cancellation option, you can cancel a pending order (Limit, Stop, or OCO) by clicking on its Status. A conformation dialog appears, where you can either confirm or reject the order cancellation:

 

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The Context Menu

If you right-click on an order, a Context Menu will appear:

 

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From this menu you have the following options:

Cancel Order - Cancels the selected order. This only applies to Stop/Limit/OCO orders.
Cancel all orders for ... - Cancels all orders for this selected instrument. This only applies to confirmed Stop/Limit/OCO orders.
Conditional Orders - A Conditional order is a pending order (order 2) which is attached to a confirmed Stop/Limit/OCO order (order 1). Order 2 will become an active pending order only when order 1 is executed. This Context Menu shows a window with all Conditional orders attached to the selected order. Please be aware that you cannot attach a Conditional order to a Stop/Limit attached to a position. Base Orders - Shows only the orders that have Conditional orders attached to them. The base orders are marked with an asterisk (*).
Only for executed orders this option opens Trade Confirmation window which contain information for the order;                      
Stop/Limit - You can see it only in the menu of Limit/Stop order to an open position. Opens Stop/Limit to an open position window;
Trade Confirmation - You can see it only in the menu of executed orders. Opens a window that allows you to view the order details, such as order ID, execution date and time, order quantity, and execution price.
Position History / Last Orders - The Forming Orders window helps you track all executed trades that form a given position. Last Orders window contain last 1000 orders for this instrument.
Export to file - allows you to export the data from that pane. You can save the file as .xls or .txt.