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Jasabanta Investment
2017-07-18 11:24:05

I have some portfolio files on quantshare Database (.qsd files) Currently when I click on portfolio under portfolio menu there is empty. But when I manually search the file
C:\Program Files\CTrading\QuantShare\Database\xxx\Portfolio there are portfolio files.

How can I import or active my pervious portfolio data ?

Thank you
B. A

2017-07-19 09:02:03


If you transferred your files from one computer to another then you need to make sure you copy the files in the same location path.
(Make sure you update the account name correctly).

Also the path of the trading items is .qsa (not qsd).

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No html code. URLs turn into links automatically.

Type in the trading objects you want to include: - Add Objects
To add a trading object in your message, type in the object name, select it and then click on "Add Objects"


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