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Automatic Stop Monitoring Markets After Matches are Over

Hello, which is the automatic way to stop monitoring football markets after the matches are over ? i.e. Stop Monitoring a market 3 minutes after a match is over. Thank you

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  • Admin
    14.5.2019 10:09:15

    When football match is over, it means that betfair sets the market status to closed. Bfexplorer does not monitor closed markets.

    If you run your strategy automatically by Bot Executor tool, whenever your bot finishes its execution, the Bot Executor removes the market from monitoring, so no data are loaded by bfexplorer for such market.

    Any action bot, bfexplorer offers, has parameter named:  StopMarketMonitoring. This parameter when set to True (checked in bot parameter’s settings) will set the market status to "inactive", when there is no other running bot on the market, so this way the open market is removed from monitoring. This parameter is useful when you run you bots manually on open markets in bfexplorer so not in automatic mode using Bot Executor tools.

  • Corneliu
    15.5.2019 0:14:06

    When all matches are over, its status changes to "closed", but on BFExplorer "Open Markets" I still get the message "Monitoring 61 markets". What does this mean ? Can't all the closed markets be erased automatically from this "Open Markets" list ? Thank you

  • Admin
    17.5.2019 14:27:03

    You open a market for monitoring so it is open market, right? All the rest of millions market on betfair are not opened by you, so are not monitored by your bfexplorer app. This is just linguistic term, I had to name some way the view with open(ed) markets.

    Any grid view has columns, so you can filter, sort, group data by those columns. Filter your markets by Status, or group them. Now select all closed markets, and click on Close toolbar button, and so all your closed markets will be removed from Open(ed) Markets.