Wouldn't that depend on which role your system plays? A market place should send ExecutionReport with an appropriate OrdStatus, but I am unsure what your ack should be if you are a mediator.
Or do you mean technically in QuickFix/J? Have a look at the example code. :)
Den 20. jan. 2012 kl. 06:43 skrev shaharyar <shaharyar.khan555@...>:
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> hi folks
> I want to know how can i send ack(if i am Acceptor) in response of recieving
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ExecutionReport with status 'NEW' is the ack. If you comply with the FIX
spec on message flow you will always be responding with this. You can also
send "PENDING_NEW", which just acks the receipt of the message (probably at
the gateway before the message is actually processed by order handling
logic). There is no other more generalized 'ack' procedure than that for
messages in general in FIX. Most initiators will (or at least should) be
designed to expect an ExecutionReport within a fairly short period of
sending out an order with one of these 2 statuses or some form of Reject.
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> i want to say that when i received an order(NewOrderSingle) as i am
> then how can i send ack in the response of receiving that order before
> sending execution reports.
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