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DISQUALIFIED (DISQ) Status in CTM Trades

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Issue

What does DISQ status mean in CTM Trades?

Solution

A trade component is DISQ when a TradeDetail passes synchronous validation (that is, a Valid is sent) but fails initial asynchronous processing. In this case, Omgeo CTM does not create a valid TradeDetail. However, the component identifiers have already been established by passing synchronous validation, but there is no valid TradeDetail to attach them to. When this happens, Omgeo CTM creates a DISQUALIFIED (DISQ) TradeDetail and attaches the components identifiers to it.

Each DISQ error message varies why CTM is creating such error.

Example circumstance that cause a disqualified status is submitting a TradeDetail with inconsistent TradeLevel information.

If trade is over allocated – that is if the Total quantity is less than allocated quantity.

If nominal in Trade Level is different to that in Trade Detail (UNIT vs FAMT)

A DISQUALIFIED TradeDetail can be corrected by sending out an amendment message using the identifiers that caused the asynchronous failure. Then, Omgeo CTM creates a valid TradeDetail and the trade can progress.

Please refer to the CTM Error Code Data Reference for other CTM errors. 

Level of Complexity 

Moderate

 

Applies to  

Product Version Build Environment Hardware
         

 

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