All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
TradeHistoryParamsobject specific to this exchange.
getOrder(String... orderIds)get's the latest order form the order book that with matching orderId
getTradeHistory(TradeHistoryParams params)Fetch the history of user trades.
placeMarketOrder(MarketOrder marketOrder)Place a market order
Methods inherited from class org.knowm.xchange.bitz.service.BitZTradeServiceRaw
addEntrustSheet, cancelAllEntrustSheet, cancelBitZTrade, cancelEntrustSheet, getEntrustSheetInfo, getUserAssets, getUserHistoryEntrustSheet, getUserHistoryEntrustSheet, placeBitZTrade
Methods inherited from class org.knowm.xchange.service.BaseExchangeService
getClientConfig, verifyOrder, verifyOrder, verifyOrder
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public BitZTradeService(Exchange exchange)
public TradeHistoryParams createTradeHistoryParams()Create
TradeHistoryParamsobject specific to this exchange. Object created by this method may be used to discover supported and required
TradeService.getTradeHistory(TradeHistoryParams)parameters and should be passed only to the method in the same class as the createTradeHistoryParams that created the object.
public Collection<Order> getOrder(String... orderIds) throws IOExceptionget's the latest order form the order book that with matching orderId
public String placeMarketOrder(MarketOrder marketOrder) throws IOExceptionPlace a market order
If your orders amount does to meet the restrictions dictated by
CurrencyPairMetaDatathen the exchange will reject your order. Use
OrderValuesHelperto validate and / or adjust it while you'r building an order.
public UserTrades getTradeHistory(TradeHistoryParams params) throws IOExceptionFetch the history of user trades.
If you are calling this method for single exchange, known at the development time, you may pass an object of specific *TradeHistoryParam class that is nested it that exchange's trade service.
If, however, you are fetching user trade history from many exchanges using the same code, you will find useful to create the parameter object with
TradeService.createTradeHistoryParams()and check which parameters are required or supported using instanceof operator. See subinterfaces of
TradeHistoryParams. Note that whether an interface is required or supported will vary from exchange to exchange and it's described only through the javadoc.
There is also implementation of all the common interfaces,
TradeHistoryParamsAll, that, with all properties set non-null, should work with any exchange.
Some exchanges allow extra parameters, not covered by any common interface. To access them, you will have to use the object returned by
TradeService.createTradeHistoryParams()and cast it to the exchange-specific type.
- Specified by:
params- The parameters describing the filter. Note that
TradeHistoryParamsis an empty interface. Exact set of interfaces that are required or supported by this method is described by the type of object returned from
TradeService.createTradeHistoryParams()and the javadoc of the method.
- UserTrades as returned by the exchange API
IOException- - Indication that a networking error occurred while fetching JSON data
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