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  1.       Avoid consecutive order placement with same values: This rule avoids strategy misfire with repeated signals.
  2.       LE (SE) cancels order from prev LE/LX (SE/SX): This rule can be used to manage open/pending/trig pending orders.  Example: Bridge places Limit order based on LE, but it does not gets filled. When a new LE signal is received (which could be at more opportunistic price), it will cancel the open Limit order sent via LE.
  3.       LX (SX) cancels order from prev LE/LX (SE/SX): Similar to above rule used for order management based on LX/SX.  Example: Bridge places Limit order based on LE, but it does not gets filled. When a new LX signal is received, it will cancel the open Limit order sent via LE.
  4.       LX/SX Send Quantity <= NetPos: This is very important rule to prevent wrong trades. Example: Bridge places Limit order based on LE, but it does not gets filled. When a new LX signal is received, it will NOT send Sell order for LX, because the current NetPos is zero. If the order sent via LE was only partially filled, it will send LX with partial quantity only.
  5.       LE place order only in NetPos <=0 & LE place order only in NetPos <=0: This is another important rule to prevent wrong trades. Suppose your trading strategy misfires and you are sending repeated LE trades. It will not process the consecutive LE when NetPos reaches more than 0. However, you can keep this rule un-checked if you want to scale-in to your trades.
  6.       MaxProfit squares current position and cancels all open orders in particular symbol: Applicable only when MaxProfit is setup in Symbol Settings window. MaxProfit squareoff is based on the Unrealized MTM received via API. Note that MaxProfit does not stops trading; if fresh signals are received, they will be processed.
  7.       MaxLoss squares current position and cancels all open orders in particular symbol: Applicable only when MaxLoss is setup in Symbol Settings window. MaxLoss squareoff is based on the Unrealized MTM received via API. Note that MaxLoss does not stops trading; if fresh signals are received, they will be processed.
  8.       SquareOffAll button cancels all open orders: SquareOffAll is a panic button which squares off all positions, cancels all open orders (sent via Bridge) and stops receiving any new signals.
  9.       Time Based SquareOff cancels all open orders: it squares off all positions, cancels all open orders (sent via Bridge) and stops receiving any new signals.