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Thread: How to make 2 MT4 EAs to communie on different platforms

  1. #1
    Hello,

    How do I make 2 EAs to speak with each other? 1 EA running on broker1, other conducting on broker2? How do I send/receive variables between them?
    Can I want to 3rd party bridge?

  2. #2
    Thank you, I will have a look on Permvar. Do I understand well, it uses the win registry ? Is that secure?

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Thank you, I will take a look on Permvar. Do I understand well, it utilizes the win registry as bridge? Is that secure?
    I'm not a PC expert, but if you don´t trust a third party DLL, nothing is safe and you
    have to create the bridge yourself.
    I simply use PermVar, but not everybody would do that.

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I am not a PC expert, but if you don´t trust a third party DLL, nothing is safe and you
    have to create the bridge yourself.
    I simply use PermVar, but not everybody would do that.
    It is not that I do not trust third party DLL. I am not a PC pro, but I know its easy to mess up the win registry.

    Should you state that you use PermVar, along with your system is okay, probably is secure.
    BTW you will find great tools on that page, especially the MT4Ticker.

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    It is not that I do not trust third party DLL. I am also not a PC pro, but I as I know its registry that is easy to mess up the win.

    Should you state that you use PermVar, and your system is ok, probably is secure.
    BTW there are fantastic tools on this page, specially the MT4Ticker.
    PermVar must be secure, otherwise there will be warnings about it.

    I use Mt4Ticker Daily. It is safe too and because fx1net has been promoting the Guardian and other
    protection software since 2008, they would be insane to offer a product that
    is doing damage to the registry. Makes no sense at all.

    Somehow I sound like a sales representative of fx1net, but I am not.
    I only use a few of their free tools each single day, that's all.

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    PermVar has to be secure, otherwise there will be warnings about it.

    I utilize Mt4Ticker Daily. It is safe too and since fx1net has been selling the Guardian and other
    security software since 2008, they would be crazy to offer malware or a item that
    is doing damage to the registry. Makes no sense in any way.

    Somehow I seem like a sales representative of fx1net, but I am not.
    I just some of the free tools every single day, that is .
    Don't get me wrong, I do not think you are their earnings guy.
    I appreciate your help. Thank you.

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    You can try Fling. It's shareware that may synchrnonize directories if there's a change detected.

    http://www.nchsoftware.com/ftp/index.html

  8. #8
    Using files to communie between two processes is a last resort if nothing else is within your ability set. The appropriate way is with named pipes (on the same machine) or sockets if to a network.

    Another possibility is MTBRidge. The description sounds good, that is as much as I know about it.

    http://itvex.com/

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Using files to communie between two processes is a last resort if nothing else is inside your ability set. The appropriate way is with named pipes (on the exact same machine) or sockets if to a network.
    Yes.
    Named pipes are way beyond my abilities, which ´s why I suggested the easy solution.

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    You can try Fling. It's shareware that may synchrnonize directories if there's a change found.

    Http://www.nchsoftware.com/ftp/index.html
    Thanks I'll take a look.

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