The Orders Page displays a table that contains all relevant orders.
To access your orders, click the corresponding button in the upper-left part of the application. When selected, it will be highlighted.
The Orders table has two dropdowns that determine what content shows: an Account dropdown and a Status dropdown.
The Account dropdown includes all the trading accounts tied to your City Execution user account. There is also an All Accounts option in the dropdown; this will show orders for all the trading accounts tied to your user account.
The Account dropdown has a search/filter box that can used to find the desired account, if you prefer this approach to clicking the option from the dropdown.
The Status dropdown includes all the possible statuses that an order can have in the system. Selecting a specific status will show only orders with that status. There is also an All Statuses option in the dropdown; this will show all orders for the account selection, regardless of order status.
The columns that appear in the orders table depend on the account and status selections you make. At a minimum, the orders table will contain the following columns:
- Side (Buy or Sell)
- Remain Qty (the quantity remaining to be filled in the order)
- Filled Qty (the quantity in the order that has been filled)
- Limit (the Limit Price of the order, if applicable)
- Stop (the Stop Price of the order, if applicable)
- Last (the Last Price for the instrument)
- Type (the type of order: Limit, Market, etc.)
- Status (the status of the order)
- Updated (the last time the user touched the order)
If you select All Accounts, then an Account column will also be present in the table. This column shows the trading account that was used to place the order.
If you select All Statuses or Open from the status drop down, and there are any orders with a status of Open, then the table will contain two additional columns: Modify and Cancel.
You can sort by all columns in the orders table except the Modify and Cancel ones. To sort on a column, just click on it. An up arrow means the column is being sorted in ascending order.
Click the column again to sort it in descending order (in which case a downward arrow will show).