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place a buy order using the SASOnline Python API - sample program

To place a buy order using the SASOnline Python API, you typically need to follow these steps:

1. **Authenticate**:
   Authenticate yourself with the SASOnline API by providing your API key or other authentication credentials.

2. **Fetch Instrument Details**:
   Retrieve the details of the instrument you want to trade, such as its symbol, exchange, and other necessary parameters.

3. **Place Buy Order**:
   Use the appropriate endpoint to place a buy order. You'll need to specify parameters such as the instrument symbol, quantity, order type (market or limit), price (if applicable), and other relevant details.

4. **Handle Response**:
   Handle the response from the API to determine if the order was successfully placed. The response may include information such as the order ID, execution status, and any error messages.

Here's a basic example of how you might implement this in Python using the SASOnline API:


import requests

# Replace 'YOUR_API_KEY' with your actual API key


# Base URL for SASOnline API

BASE_URL = 'https://api.sasonline.in/v1/'

# Authentication headers

headers = {

    'Authorization': f'Bearer {API_KEY}',

    'Content-Type': 'application/json'


# Fetch instrument details (replace 'instrument_symbol' with the symbol of the instrument you want to trade)

instrument_symbol = 'YOUR_INSTRUMENT_SYMBOL'

instrument_details_url = f'{BASE_URL}/instruments/{instrument_symbol}'

response = requests.get(instrument_details_url, headers=headers)

instrument_details = response.json()

# Place buy order

buy_order_payload = {

    'symbol': instrument_symbol,

    'quantity': 10,  # Specify the quantity you want to buy

    'order_type': 'market',  # Market order

    # Add other parameters as needed (e.g., price, validity, etc.)


place_order_url = f'{BASE_URL}/orders'

response = requests.post(place_order_url, json=buy_order_payload, headers=headers)

order_response = response.json()

# Handle response

if response.status_code == 200:

    print('Buy order placed successfully:')



    print('Failed to place buy order:')



Please note that this is a basic example and may need to be adjusted based on the specific requirements of the SASOnline API and your trading strategy. Additionally, ensure that you have appropriate permissions and account balance before placing buy orders through the API.

caa March 29 2024 69 reads 0 comments Print


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