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2011-09-15 12:26:40

i downloaded intraday data for futures contracts. download shows complete but it is not showing in chart (both for Nifty and stock futures+options).
when we switching to intraday it shows as no quotes for Nifty..etc. intraday data for nse stocks all working. but for future contracts it is not available.
my queries are
1. futures intra day data downloads and completes (Through object Intraday data for futures contracts). But how to display in chart
2.When downloading Nifty spot data (historical) showing (Through object NSE Nifty-S&P CNX Nifty). Intraday data possible to display?
3.How to get & display Nifty futures historical +Intraday data, I used NIFTY+F1 &NIFTY+H1 for downloading (says no data available). If any code is there like "replacing H1" with any other letter please specify for september month and october month
3. Is it possible to display active option contract Intraday data? If so how?
4. One more question. Is it possible to keep displaying more than one watch list. Now we can interchange between watch lists by clicking "select watchlist. I want to keep 2 or more watch list listed side by side

thanks in advance for your suport

i had given a screen shot for the nifty intraday problem. In the same way futures also not showing intraday data

2011-09-16 05:44:16


Best Answer

1- The item "Nifty Futures-Intraday" no longer works.
2- This item gets EOD data only.
4- We will add this feature in a next release. Thank you for your suggestion.

Please note that the downloaders you are using were shared by QuantShare members. We do not provide nor sell market data.

2011-09-16 05:55:19


guruji what about other doubts? like futures intraday daya, watchlist etc. pls help

2011-09-16 10:46:28


You can import your own futures data into QuantShare. We do not provide the data.
Regarding the watchlist, please read answer (4)

Please let me know if you have any further questions

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