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Dr. John Bates on Fox Business News

Chris Martins
Wed, 02 Jan 2008 13:22:08 -0500
As readers of this blog know, Apama was chosen by the UK regulatory agency, the Financial Services Authority, to provide the CEP technology that delivers real-time market surveillance as part of the the FSA's SABRE II project (FSA/Apama Announcement). In a recent interview by the Fox Business Network, John Bates discussed how Apama can be used to detect patterns of suspicious trading behavior - much like Apama is so often used to identify and respond to market patterns in support of algorithmic trading applications. The link below will take you to the Fox URL that plays the video.

Fox Business Interview with Dr. John Bates


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Business::PayPal::API::TransactionSearch(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation	     Business::PayPal::API::TransactionSearch(3pm)

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use Business::PayPal::API::TransactionSearch; ## see Business::PayPal::API documentation for parameters my $pp = new Business::PayPal::API::TransactionSearch ( ... ); my %response = $pp->TransactionSearch( StartDate => '1998-01-01T00:00:00Z', TransactionID => $transid, ); DESCRIPTION
Business::PayPal::API::TransactionSearch implements PayPal's TransactionSearch API using SOAP::Lite to make direct API calls to PayPal's SOAP API server. It also implements support for testing via PayPal's sandbox. Please see Business::PayPal::API for details on using the PayPal sandbox. TransactionSearch Implements PayPal's TransactionSearch API call. Supported parameters include: StartDate (required) EndDate Payer Receiver TransactionID PayerName AuctionItemNumber InvoiceID TransactionClass Amount CurrencyCode Status as described in the PayPal "Web Services API Reference" document. The syntax for StartDate is: YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ 'T' and 'Z' are literal characters 'T' and 'Z' respectively, e.g.: 2005-12-22T08:51:28Z Returns a list reference containing up to 100 matching records (as per the PayPal Web Services API). Each record is a hash reference with the following fields: Timestamp Timezone Type Payer PayerDisplayName TransactionID Status GrossAmount FeeAmount NetAmount Example: my $records = $pp->TransactionSearch( StartDate => '2006-03-21T22:29:55Z', InvoiceID => '599294993', ); for my $rec ( @$records ) { print "Record: "; print "TransactionID: " . $rec->{TransactionID} . " "; print "Payer Email: " . $rec->{Payer} . " "; print "Amount: " . $rec->{GrossAmount} . " "; } ERROR HANDLING See the ERROR HANDLING section of Business::PayPal::API for information on handling errors. EXPORT None by default. SEE ALSO
Copyright (C) 2006 by Scott Wiersdorf This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.5 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available. perl v5.14.2 2009-12-07 Business::PayPal::API::TransactionSearch(3pm)

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