Beyond STP: Staying Connected

Connections sometimes fail. Having a plan for monitoring message flow can be key to STP.

The times, they are certainly a'changin'. With the buzz about protocols like SWIFT, FIX and XML, the expected launch of Omgeo and the GSTPA, and constant talk of STP and T+1, you might wonder whether the dust will ever settle. Certainly a valid question. We're going to achieve STP nirvana even if it kills us. But to do that will require connecting lots of moving parts, creating protocols and service bureaus, testing, more testing, and tweaking things until it all works together.

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