If you use FIX you are familiar with FIX dictionaries such as Fiximate, FIXopaedia and Onixs FIX dictionary.
They are useful tools but their navigation style is a pain to use - particularly, if you want several information at once. For instance, what are tags 200, 201, 202 for ?
Have you ever thought that you can use FIX Analyzer to find out this information rapidly.
Just type 8=FIX.4.4|200=1|201=1|202=1 and see the results:
(note: I assign each tag the value of 1 since all I care is to see the tag name resolved)
It gets better when you want to find all of the required fields in a certain type.
Then all you have to type is 35=(your type)
See some examples below:
(note: if you don't specify 8=version, FIX analyzer will default to FIX.4.4)
Hope you enjoy this.
Thanks for reading this.