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2010-11-01 15:54:29

Thanks for all good work by Quant share team.

After upgrading to latest version I am not able to view any charts, getting message "No Quotes for ...."
It was all good with previous version.
I usually download data for NSE
Below is formula for generating charts (just to verify)

PlotCandleStick("Quotes", colorBrown|255|colorViolet|255|0, StyleSymbolVdash);
Plot(volume, "Volume", colorLime|55|colorLime|64|0, ChartBar, StyleOwnScale);

Appreciate if any experts can post a quick responce on this.


2010-11-02 06:24:57



If you have only EOD data then please make sure you are using daily time-frame.
Time-frame is located in the bottom-left corner of the chart.

2010-11-02 09:58:18


Thanks for quick reply,
Yes I use EOD data with daily time frame. Still charts not visible.
Is there any way I can roll back to previosu version?
Or any other work around to get charts back.


2010-11-02 10:29:09


Please make sure that you are not using another account (Accounts -> Change Account)

Also, check if there are quotes in the database:
- Select Data -> Edit Database
- Select symbols and verify that the left panel displays data.

2010-11-02 11:38:54



Edit database doesn't show any data. Downloader working fine for Index quotes (i.e cnx nitfyt etc)

For Individual stocks , stock names are getting displayed in left panel, but no associated data for charts.

Planning to re-install all from scratch and give a try.

Thanks for your reply once again.

2010-11-02 12:03:04


Best Answer
If the database doesn't show any data then you have either:
- Created and using another account
- Installed the new version in another directory
- Deleted the database file
(Check the following file: C:\[QuantShare Paht]\Database\[Account Name]\histo.db)

Note that the NSE downloader has been updated. Download a new version.

2010-11-04 13:02:52


You the man, like as mentioned i ur reply, I did same mistake, new version and new account..
Was able to retrieve back after sorting account problem.

Thank you

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