How to View Order Book in Net.Net

Indian Economy & Policy | October 30

Order Book                                                         

Order Book provides information regarding all the orders placed for a particular security and contract across all markets segments.

The Order Book pane is used to view, modify, and cancel buy/sell orders.

This topic provides reference about:

  • View Order Book Details

  • Modifying a Buy/Sell Order

  • Canceling a Buy/Sell Order

 View Order Book Details

  1. Click Trading à Order Book. Alternatively, press F3. The Order Book page is displayed with following details.

  •   Modify

  •  Exchange

  •  Exchange Order No.

  •   Buy or Sell

  •  Total Quantity/Pending Quantity

  •  Symbol

  •   Expiry Date

  •   Strike Price

  •  Option Type

  •   Price

  •   Series

  •  Instrument

  •   Order Type

  •   Trigger Price

  •  Days

  •   Time

  •   Gateway Order No.

  •  Validity

  •   Error



  1. Click Export to Excel icon exportoexcel.gifto export details in an excel sheet.
  2. Click print.gif, to print the report.

To arrange the column data in ascending or descending order, click the respective column heading.

The Auto filter option enables to view rows of data based on the content of cells and conditions applied to them.

To collate information based on a column, drag the column heading at the top of the grid. The grouping of that column is displayed. For example, dragging the Exchange Order No., generates the Grouping on the Exchange Order No.

Modify a Buy/Sell Order

  1. Click Trading à Order Book. Alternatively, press F3. The Order Book page is displayed.

  2. Select the required scrip. Notice that the check box turns blue after selecting the scrip. Click modify.gif to modify the scrip.

  3. Select Modify link record of the particular security you want to modify in the Order Book. The Order Entry page is displayed in edit mode.

  4. Modify the data, as required. The editable data values are Order typeLot, PriceDisclosed LotTrigger PriceValidityDays 

    and ProtectionPercentage.

  5. Click Submit. The confirmation message is displayed.  A modified Buy/Sell order is updated to the Order Book pane and the order status andconfirmation messages are displayed at the bottom of the order-entry pane.

Cancel a Buy/Sell Order

  1. Click Trading à Order Book. Alternatively, press F3. The Order Book page is displayed.

  2. Select the check box against the particular security you want to cancel and click Cancel Selected Orders cancelselectedorders.gif.  On confirmation, the selected orders are canceled.

  3. For canceling all orders, select the Select All check box.

  4. Click Cancel Selected Orders.

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