Source code for ib_insync.ibcontroller

"""Programmatic control over the TWS/gateway client software."""

import asyncio
import logging
import sys
from contextlib import suppress
from dataclasses import dataclass
from typing import ClassVar

from eventkit import Event

import ib_insync.util as util
from ib_insync.contract import Contract, Forex
from ib_insync.ib import IB

[docs]@dataclass class IBC: r""" Programmatic control over starting and stopping TWS/Gateway using IBC ( Args: twsVersion (int): (required) The major version number for TWS or gateway. gateway (bool): * True = gateway * False = TWS tradingMode (str): 'live' or 'paper'. userid (str): IB account username. It is recommended to set the real username/password in a secured IBC config file. password (str): IB account password. twsPath (str): Path to the TWS installation folder. Defaults: * Linux: ~/Jts * OS X: ~/Applications * Windows: C:\\Jts twsSettingsPath (str): Path to the TWS settings folder. Defaults: * Linux: ~/Jts * OS X: ~/Jts * Windows: Not available ibcPath (str): Path to the IBC installation folder. Defaults: * Linux: /opt/ibc * OS X: /opt/ibc * Windows: C:\\IBC ibcIni (str): Path to the IBC configuration file. Defaults: * Linux: ~/ibc/config.ini * OS X: ~/ibc/config.ini * Windows: %%HOMEPATH%%\\Documents\IBC\\config.ini javaPath (str): Path to Java executable. Default is to use the Java VM included with TWS/gateway. fixuserid (str): FIX account user id (gateway only). fixpassword (str): FIX account password (gateway only). on2fatimeout (str): What to do if 2-factor authentication times out; Can be 'restart' or 'exit'. This is not intended to be run in a notebook. To use IBC on Windows, the proactor (or quamash) event loop must have been set: .. code-block:: python import asyncio asyncio.set_event_loop(asyncio.ProactorEventLoop()) Example usage: .. code-block:: python ibc = IBC(976, gateway=True, tradingMode='live', userid='edemo', password='demouser') ibc.start() """ IbcLogLevel: ClassVar = logging.DEBUG twsVersion: int = 0 gateway: bool = False tradingMode: str = '' twsPath: str = '' twsSettingsPath: str = '' ibcPath: str = '' ibcIni: str = '' javaPath: str = '' userid: str = '' password: str = '' fixuserid: str = '' fixpassword: str = '' on2fatimeout: str = '' def __post_init__(self): self._isWindows = sys.platform == 'win32' if not self.ibcPath: self.ibcPath = '/opt/ibc' if not self._isWindows else 'C:\\IBC' self._proc = None self._monitor = None self._logger = logging.getLogger('ib_insync.IBC') def __enter__(self): self.start() return self def __exit__(self, *_exc): self.terminate()
[docs] def start(self): """Launch TWS/IBG."""
[docs] def terminate(self): """Terminate TWS/IBG."""
[docs] async def startAsync(self): if self._proc: return'Starting') # map from field names to cmd arguments; key=(UnixArg, WindowsArg) args = dict( twsVersion=('', ''), gateway=('--gateway', '/Gateway'), tradingMode=('--mode=', '/Mode:'), twsPath=('--tws-path=', '/TwsPath:'), twsSettingsPath=('--tws-settings-path=', ''), ibcPath=('--ibc-path=', '/IbcPath:'), ibcIni=('--ibc-ini=', '/Config:'), javaPath=('--java-path=', '/JavaPath:'), userid=('--user=', '/User:'), password=('--pw=', '/PW:'), fixuserid=('--fix-user=', '/FIXUser:'), fixpassword=('--fix-pw=', '/FIXPW:'), on2fatimeout=('--on2fatimeout=', '/On2FATimeout:'), ) # create shell command cmd = [ f'{self.ibcPath}\\scripts\\StartIBC.bat' if self._isWindows else f'{self.ibcPath}/scripts/'] for k, v in util.dataclassAsDict(self).items(): arg = args[k][self._isWindows] if v: if arg.endswith('=') or arg.endswith(':'): cmd.append(f'{arg}{v}') elif arg: cmd.append(arg) else: cmd.append(str(v)) # run shell command self._proc = await asyncio.create_subprocess_exec( *cmd, stdout=asyncio.subprocess.PIPE) self._monitor = asyncio.ensure_future(self.monitorAsync())
[docs] async def terminateAsync(self): if not self._proc: return'Terminating') if self._monitor: self._monitor.cancel() self._monitor = None if self._isWindows: import subprocess ['taskkill', '/F', '/T', '/PID', str(]) else: with suppress(ProcessLookupError): self._proc.terminate() await self._proc.wait() self._proc = None
[docs] async def monitorAsync(self): while self._proc: line = await self._proc.stdout.readline() if not line: break self._logger.log(IBC.IbcLogLevel, line.strip().decode())
[docs]@dataclass class Watchdog: """ Start, connect and watch over the TWS or gateway app and try to keep it up and running. It is intended to be used in an event-driven application that properly initializes itself upon (re-)connect. It is not intended to be used in a notebook or in imperative-style code. Do not expect Watchdog to magically shield you from reality. Do not use Watchdog unless you understand what it does and doesn't do. Args: controller (IBC): (required) IBC instance. ib (IB): (required) IB instance to be used. Do not connect this instance as Watchdog takes care of that. host (str): Used for connecting IB instance. port (int): Used for connecting IB instance. clientId (int): Used for connecting IB instance. connectTimeout (float): Used for connecting IB instance. readonly (bool): Used for connecting IB instance. appStartupTime (float): Time (in seconds) that the app is given to start up. Make sure that it is given ample time. appTimeout (float): Timeout (in seconds) for network traffic idle time. retryDelay (float): Time (in seconds) to restart app after a previous failure. probeContract (Contract): Contract to use for historical data probe requests (default is EURUSD). probeTimeout (float); Timeout (in seconds) for the probe request. The idea is to wait until there is no traffic coming from the app for a certain amount of time (the ``appTimeout`` parameter). This triggers a historical request to be placed just to see if the app is still alive and well. If yes, then continue, if no then restart the whole app and reconnect. Restarting will also occur directly on errors 1100 and 100. Example usage: .. code-block:: python def onConnected(): print(ib.accountValues()) ibc = IBC(974, gateway=True, tradingMode='paper') ib = IB() ib.connectedEvent += onConnected watchdog = Watchdog(ibc, ib, port=4002) watchdog.start() Events: * ``startingEvent`` (watchdog: :class:`.Watchdog`) * ``startedEvent`` (watchdog: :class:`.Watchdog`) * ``stoppingEvent`` (watchdog: :class:`.Watchdog`) * ``stoppedEvent`` (watchdog: :class:`.Watchdog`) * ``softTimeoutEvent`` (watchdog: :class:`.Watchdog`) * ``hardTimeoutEvent`` (watchdog: :class:`.Watchdog`) """ events = [ 'startingEvent', 'startedEvent', 'stoppingEvent', 'stoppedEvent', 'softTimeoutEvent', 'hardTimeoutEvent'] controller: IBC ib: IB host: str = '' port: int = 7497 clientId: int = 1 connectTimeout: float = 2 appStartupTime: float = 30 appTimeout: float = 20 retryDelay: float = 2 readonly: bool = False account: str = '' probeContract: Contract = Forex('EURUSD') probeTimeout: float = 4 def __post_init__(self): self.startingEvent = Event('startingEvent') self.startedEvent = Event('startedEvent') self.stoppingEvent = Event('stoppingEvent') self.stoppedEvent = Event('stoppedEvent') self.softTimeoutEvent = Event('softTimeoutEvent') self.hardTimeoutEvent = Event('hardTimeoutEvent') if not self.controller: raise ValueError('No controller supplied') if not self.ib: raise ValueError('No IB instance supplied') if self.ib.isConnected(): raise ValueError('IB instance must not be connected') self._runner = None self._logger = logging.getLogger('ib_insync.Watchdog')
[docs] def start(self):'Starting') self.startingEvent.emit(self) self._runner = asyncio.ensure_future(self.runAsync()) return self._runner
[docs] def stop(self):'Stopping') self.stoppingEvent.emit(self) self.ib.disconnect() self._runner = None
[docs] async def runAsync(self): def onTimeout(idlePeriod): if not waiter.done(): waiter.set_result(None) def onError(reqId, errorCode, errorString, contract): if errorCode in {100, 1100} and not waiter.done(): waiter.set_exception(Warning(f'Error {errorCode}')) def onDisconnected(): if not waiter.done(): waiter.set_exception(Warning('Disconnected')) while self._runner: try: await self.controller.startAsync() await asyncio.sleep(self.appStartupTime) await self.ib.connectAsync(, self.port, self.clientId, self.connectTimeout, self.readonly, self.account) self.startedEvent.emit(self) self.ib.setTimeout(self.appTimeout) self.ib.timeoutEvent += onTimeout self.ib.errorEvent += onError self.ib.disconnectedEvent += onDisconnected while self._runner: waiter: asyncio.Future = asyncio.Future() await waiter # soft timeout, probe the app with a historical request self._logger.debug('Soft timeout') self.softTimeoutEvent.emit(self) probe = self.ib.reqHistoricalDataAsync( self.probeContract, '', '30 S', '5 secs', 'MIDPOINT', False) bars = None with suppress(asyncio.TimeoutError): bars = await asyncio.wait_for(probe, self.probeTimeout) if not bars: self.hardTimeoutEvent.emit(self) raise Warning('Hard timeout') self.ib.setTimeout(self.appTimeout) except ConnectionRefusedError: pass except Warning as w: self._logger.warning(w) except Exception as e: self._logger.exception(e) finally: self.ib.timeoutEvent -= onTimeout self.ib.errorEvent -= onError self.ib.disconnectedEvent -= onDisconnected await self.controller.terminateAsync() self.stoppedEvent.emit(self) if self._runner: await asyncio.sleep(self.retryDelay)
if __name__ == '__main__': ibc = IBC(1012, gateway=True, tradingMode='paper') ib = IB() app = Watchdog(ibc, ib, appStartupTime=15) app.start()