I have forum-searched & Googled this but there is not much out there :(
Looking at this 'Ask'
we can have n copies of the application on each computer...
but how do we start them easily on reboot to connect and start operations?
Command lines in shortcuts or batch files in the Startup folder (of XP) would seem to be a simple method but what are the switches & their order?
I have read that account number &/or profile can be set in a command line but what exactly are all the options?
Broker Server IP?
How Not to Fall into Optimization Traps?
The article describes the methods of how to understand the tester optimization results better. It also gives some tips that help to avoid "harmful optimization".
Thanks very much ukt :)
Seems the context for this information is within the application construction rather than MQL programming.
I had noticed that after a crash, MT4 would not neccessarily restart on the same profile or chart/s as prior to the hang.
So I was keen to handle quick recovery as well as efficient initial setup - this system does both :)
To save people trawling through it, it appears you can start a specific instance of MT4 with a command line (in batch file or shortcut)
An example of start.ini would be:
; common settings
Proxy Server Settings
; experts settings
; open chart and run expert and/or script
Hi I am trying to do batch testing of EA's using a .INI file for each EA and then telling strategy tester to process them, as per the Help documetation. But Between each and every file The terminal shuts down and re-opens and re-logins.
This of course is very time consuming and probably very annoying to my broker's server when doing several dozen EA's.
Does anyone know of a way in the batch file to tell the terminal to start one instance and use it for the whole test. Or to use an already open instance if one is already open on that machine?
I use the simple method of making an icon for each different instance of MT4 then I just plonk the icons that I want to auto start in the startup menu.
how to set ftp setting in mt4 start up using command line.
extern int ftp = 5; //this way we have a ftp setting in the start up with a command line
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