How to View Trade Book in

Indian Economy & Policy | October 30

Trade Book

Trade Book provides details of the orders executed at the Exchange along with the execution details such as traded quantity and traded price.

View Trade Details

  1. Click Trading à Trade Book. Alternatively, press F8. The Trade Book is displayed with following details:

    •   Exchange

    •  Trade No.

    •   Instrument

    •   Symbol

    •  Series

    •   Expiry Date

    •   Strike Price

    •  Option Type

    •   Time

    •  Exchange Order  No.

    • Gateway Order  No.

    •   Buy or Sell

    • Total Qty. \Pending Quantity

    • Price

    • Product Type

    • Order Initiated From

    • Order Modified From

    • Miscellaneous

    • SORID

    • Client Order Number

    • Order From

    • Scrip Code

    • Order Type


  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, generates the Grouping on the Exchange.

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