CurrentOrderSummaryReport listCurrentOrders (
sortDir,intfromRecord,intrecordCount ) throws APINGException
Returns a list of your current orders. Optionally you can filter and sort your current orders using the various parameters, setting none of the parameters will return all of your current orders, up to a maximum of 1000 bets, ordered BY_BET and sorted EARLIEST_TO_LATEST. To retrieve more than 1000 orders, you need to make use of the fromRecord and recordCount parameters.
To efficiently track new bet matches from a specific time, customers should use a combination of the dateRange, orderBy "BY_MATCH_TIME" and ORDER_PROJECTION “ALL” to filter fully/partially matched orders from the list of returned bets. The response will then filter out any bet records that have no matched date and provide a list of betIds in the order which they are fully/partially matched from the date and time specified in the dateRange field.
Optionally restricts the results to the specified bet IDs. A maximum of 250 betId's, or a combination of 250 betId's & marketId's are permitted.
Optionally restricts the results to the specified market IDs. A maximum of 250 marketId's, or a combination of 250 marketId's & betId's are permitted.
Optionally restricts the results to the specified order status.
|dateRange||TimeRange|| ||Optionally restricts the results to be from/to the specified date, these dates are contextual to the orders being returned and therefore the dates used to filter on will change to placed, matched, voided or settled dates depending on the orderBy. This date is inclusive, i.e. if an order was placed on exactly this date (to the millisecond) then it will be included in the results. If the from is later than the to, no results will be returned.|
Specifies how the results will be ordered. If no value is passed in, it defaults to BY_BET. Also acts as a filter such that only orders with a valid value in the field being ordered by will be returned (i.e. BY_VOID_TIME returns only voided orders, BY_SETTLED_TIME returns only settled orders and BY_MATCH_TIME returns only orders with a matched date (voided, settled, matched orders)). Note that specifying an orderBy parameter defines the context of the date filter applied by the dateRange parameter (placed, matched, voided or settled date) - see the dateRange parameter description (above) for more information. See also the OrderBy type definition.
Specifies the direction the results will be sorted in. If no value is passed in, it defaults to EARLIEST_TO_LATEST.
Specifies the first record that will be returned. Records start at index zero, not at index one.
Specifies how many records will be returned, from the index position 'fromRecord'. Note that there is a page size limit of 1000. A value of zero indicates that you would like all records (including and from 'fromRecord') up to the limit.
Generic exception that is thrown if this operation fails for any reason.