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2010-12-18 03:30:05


I tried to down NSE EOD data I get message like could not find the file "copy1\tick1.db"
help me


2010-12-18 04:30:57


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Create a new account in QuantShare (Accounts -> Add account) then try to download NSE EOD data again.

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