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RMDS (RFA) Engine Configuration

Some initial configuration steps are required to use the RTW RMDS (RFA) engine. This section includes the following information:

If you are migrating from an existing RFA installation, you may skip to Migration.

Quick Setup

Before starting, make a list of items that depend on your real-time data environment. For example: the data server, server port, connection type, available services, etc. These values are needed before installing:

ConnectionItem
RMDS Point to Point Server (P2PS)Distributor names, port numbers and IP addresses for an SSLED connection
RMDS Rendezvous (RTIC)Daemon, network and service parameters for a SASS3/RV connection

By default, the RTW RMDS (RFA) engine uses the Windows Registry for configuration. An example registry file is provided in the install directory, which is by default C:\Program Files (x86)\Vistasource\RTW\4.5.

To initialize the Registry with the example file:

  • In Windows 7, run c:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\regedit.exe, which is the 32-bit Registry Editor, and then do File→Import of the RFA-example.reg, which is located in the install directory.
  • In Windows XP, browse to the install directory and double-click on the file RFA-example.reg to import the sample settings into the Windows Registry.

See RTW RFA Configuration Editor on how to edit RFA configuration.

RMDS (RFA) Tab – Rtconfig Editor

This section provides information about editing the RTW RMDS (RFA) engine configuration options using the RTW rtconfig Editor. The options are located under the RMDS (RFA) tab of the Rtconfig Editor dialog, and correspond to those found in the rtconfig file located in the installation directory.

To manually edit the RMDS (RFA) engine configuration options in the rtconfig file, see Manually Editing the rtconfig File.

To edit the generic RTW configuration options as well as some general engine settings, see Generic Tab - Rtconfig Editor.
We strongly recommend that only system administrators or experienced users make changes to the configuration options.

To edit the RTW RMDS (RFA) rtconfig settings, select Vistasource → Settings → Rtconfig Editor and then select the RMDS (RFA) tab.

After setting the configuration options, click Save to File to save your settings in the rtconfig file. To close the dialog box without making any changes, click Close. If you made changes and click Close without first saving to file, a caution window opens to prevent an unintentional discarding of unsaved changes.

The following options are available on this tab:

Default Session

Refers to the rtconfig file option “rmds2_DefaultSession”. RFA configuration works by specifying Session components, which in turn specify one or more Connection components. A Session is a “configuration context” which the engine uses to connect to RMDS Market Data. A Connection specifies an RMDS connection type such as SSLED or SASS3. If no session is specified in the real-time formula, the engine will use the session specified here as the default RFA session. If no default session is specified, “RTWSession” is used.

The session name must be defined in the RFA configuration as follows:

  • In the Windows Registry:
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Reuters\RFA\<Namespace>\Sessions]
  • In the flat file: \Sessions

For more information about editing the RFA configuration, see RTW RFA Configuration Editor.

These RFA configuration settings depend on your Reuters installation. Vistasource strongly recommends that you consult the Thomson Reuters manual for more information.

User Config Databases

Refers to the rtconfig file option “rmds2_UserConfigDatabases”, which specifies the user-defined RFA configuration database names. Most RFA configuration information must be specified in the “Default” namespace, but Connections and Sessions can also reside in user-defined namespaces. This list is automatically created based on your configuration.

When using the Windows Registry, the user-defined namespaces are found under: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Reuters\RFA]. Any namespaces found here (other than the Default) will be listed as User Config Databases.

When using flat files (see next section) instead of the Windows Registry, any namespace other than the Default must have a separate file with a .cfg extension residing in the same directory as the default configuration file. The name of the namespace must match the name of the configuration file. For example, 'namespace1' is the name of the namespace in namespace1.cfg. The list of databases will automatically populate based on the files found.

Use this File Rather than the Registry

Refers to the rtconfig file option “rmds2_UseConfigFile”, which specifies a file containing the RFA configuration settings. By default, the engine looks for configuration information in the Windows Registry.

If you prefer using a flat file, select this option and provide the path to the [config file name] file. Vistasource provides a sample configuration file called RFA-example.cfg, which is located:

  • In Windows 7, in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Vistasource\RTW\
  • In Windows XP, in %USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Vistasource\RTW\

Keep Stale Data

Refers to the rtconfig file option “rmds2_KeepStaleData”. When this option is selected, RTD cells will retain their values even though the RTW RMDS (RFA) engine has been notified that the values are no longer valid (i.e. they have become stale). The “data stale” message will still be displayed in the status window. When this option is off (the default), cells referring to stale data will display N/A.

Advanced

Selecting the Advanced button opens a second, tabbed dialog box called RTW RFA Configuration, which is an interface to the RFA Windows Registry settings or a specified flat file. For more information, see RTW RFA Configuration Editor below.

In Windows 7: You must be running Microsoft Excel in elevated (Administrator) mode to edit the RFA configuration file, otherwise the Advanced button is greyed out. For instance, to run Excel 2010 as administrator:

  1. Go to Start → All Programs → Microsoft Office.
  2. Right-click on Microsoft Excel 2010.
  3. Choose Properties → Compatibility (tab).
  4. Under Privilege Level, select Run this Program as an Administrator.
  5. Click OK and start Excel.

RTW RFA Configuration Editor

The RTW RFA Configuration Editor is used to manage RFA namespaces (configuration databases) and their respective components.

Based on your setting for “Use this File Rather Than the Registry”, the RTW RFA Configuration dialog box provides an interface for editing the RFA configuration in either the Windows Registry or a specified flat file.

The RFA Configuration Editor only reads the RFA configuration components and their respective fields. It does not read custom component names or fields. When using a flat file, it also does not read lines that have been commented out.

To launch the editor:

  • In Excel, select Vistasource → Settings → Rtconfig Editor.
  • Select the RMDS(RFA) tab.
  • Click the Advanced button. If the button is greyed out, see Advanced for details.
When using the Windows Registry, you will be prompted to create an RFA default configuration if one does not already exist in the Registry.

The following dialog will display when editing the Windows Registry:

The following dialog will display when editing a flat file:

The component tabs of the RFA Configuration Editor are as follows:

Each tab has a table of fields and values showing the current configuration for the respective component. Components and their field parameters can be added, removed or modified, and then saved. The way in which modifications are made, however, depends on the configuration mode:

  • When using the Windows Registry, the Save, Remove and Rename buttons directly and immediately edit the Registry.
  • When using a flat file, the Save, Remove and Rename buttons only make modifications in memory. In this case, the Save to File button must be used to actually write the changes to the file. See below for some specific examples.

To close the RFA Configuration Editor, click Close. If there are any unsaved changes, you will be asked whether you want to save those changes.

Similarly, if there are unsaved changes in a table, and an action on the dialog would cause the table to refresh, you will be asked whether you want to save your changes. Examples of such actions are: changing a component type, changing a component name, or changing a namespace name.

Some of the RFA configuration components are detailed below using the SSLED example setup from the RFA-example.reg and RFA-example.cfg files. For more information about all of the RFA configuration components, please contact Thomson Reuters for the Robust Foundation API, v7, C++ Edition, Configuration Guide.

We strongly recommend that only system administrators or experienced users edit these advanced RMDS RFA configuration options.

Namespace

A namespace in RFA describes a kind of “configuration database.” A namespace can contain various components and settings, which are defined in the tabs below the Namespace field. The default RFA namespace is called “Default.”

When using the Windows Registry, this name corresponds to the Reuters\RFA\Default entry in the Registry.

When using a flat file, the name corresponds to the file specified in the “Use this File Rather than the Registry” setting. You can define new namespaces or edit existing ones. When using flat files, user-defined namespaces correspond to file names on disk (see below for more specific information).

To edit the default namespace:

  1. Verify that ‘Default’ is listed in the Namespace option box.
  2. Modify the individual configuration components by choosing the appropriate tabs and editing the settings.

To add a user-defined namespace:

  1. Enter the new name in the Namespace field.
  2. When using the Windows Registry, click Save Namespace. A new key will be written to the Registry. When using flat files, click Save to File. A new file will be created in the same directory as the Default namespace file, using the name of the namespace and the extension .cfg (e.g. namespace1 corresponds to the file namespace1.cfg).
By saving a new namespace name, you do not create an entire configuration tree. Define the individual configuration components for this new namespace by selecting the tabs and entering the relevant information. For user-defined namespaces, only Connection and Session components can be defined.

To remove an existing namespace and all its configuration components, follow these steps: If you created the namespace in the registry:

  1. Select the namespace in the Namespace option box.
  2. Click Remove Namespace.
    A dialog box opens with a message that all entries for that namespace will be removed from the registry.

If you are using flat files, the corresponding namespace file must be manually deleted:

  1. Navigate to the directory where the default flat file is:
    • In Windows 7, go to %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Vistasource\RTW\namespace.cfg
    • In Windows XP, go to %USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Vistasource\RTW\namespace.cfg
  2. Delete the namespace.cfg file.

Namespace Components

The RTW sample configuration sets up a Default namespace with various components. These components are detailed below using the default RTW session as an example.

A session is a configuration context that the engine uses to connect to RMDS. The default RTW session is called RTWSession and is defined to have an SSLED-type connection.

A minimal configuration must include at least one Session component and one Connection component.

Sessions

On the Sessions tab, you can choose to edit, rename or remove an existing session, or create a new session. A session must have its “connectionList” field set to define one or more connections. Note that the RTWSession uses “Connection_SSLED”

To edit the default session:

  1. Click on the Sessions Tab.
  2. Select RTWSession in the Name pull-down menu.
  3. Edit the session values.
  4. Click Save.

To add additional sessions:

  1. Click on the Sessions Tab.
  2. Type a session name in the Name field.
  3. Click Save.

To rename a session:

  1. Click on the Sessions Tab.
  2. Select a session name in the Name pull-down menu.
  3. Click Rename.
  4. Type the new name in the RTW RFA Rename dialog and click OK.

To remove a session:

  1. Click on the Sessions Tab.
  2. Select a session name in the Name pull-down menu.
  3. Click Remove.
As noted above, when using flat files the Save, Rename and Remove buttons only make changes in memory. Click Save to File to actually write the changes to the file.

Connections

On the Connections tab, you can choose to edit, rename or remove an existing connection, or create a new connection. Connection settings are specific to your environment.

To define these settings:

  1. Click on the Connections Tab.
  2. Select Connection_SSLED in the Name pull-down menu.
    Note: The Type pull-down menu will show SSLED. Each connection must have a connection type defined.
  3. Enter the port number in the VALUE cell of the portNumber field.
  4. Enter the server name (IP address) in the VALUE cell of the serverList field.
  5. If the DACS username is different from the Windows login name, enter the user name in the VALUE cell of the userName field. Otherwise a user name is not required.
  6. Click Save.

Some connection types have their own logging mechanism. Logging can affect performance, so use these settings for debugging only.

To turn on logging for an SSLED connection:

  1. Select the Connections tab.
  2. Select Connection_SSLED in the Name pull-down menu.
  3. Enter True in the VALUE cell of the logEnabled field.
  4. Enter the path to the log file in the VALUE cell of the logFileName field, e.g. “%TEMP%\ssled.log”
  5. Enter the maximum size for the log file in the VALUE cell of the logFileSize field, e.g. 10000.
  6. Click Save.

To turn logging off:

  1. Select the Connections tab.
  2. Select Connection_SSLED in the Name pull-down menu.
  3. Enter False in the VALUE cell of the logEnabled field.
  4. Click Save.

Adapters

An adapter is an RFA library and configuration context that corresponds to a connection type. As such, there is a fixed list of adapters, one for each connection type. Each adapter type has its own settings with their corresponding default values. Use the Adapters tab to specify settings that are different from the default.

For example, in the RTW sample configuration the setting for downloading the data dictionary (downloadDataDict) has been turned off.

To edit additional settings:

  1. Select the Adapters Tab.
  2. Select SSLED_Adapter in the Name pull-down menu
  3. Edit values as necessary.
  4. Click Save Adapter.
When downloadDataDict is set to false, a local data dictionary needs to exist. The default location is C:\var\triarch. If no local data dictionary is found, create one in the default location:
  1. Create a directory under C:\ called var.
  2. Create a subdirectory under var called triarch.
  3. In Windows 7, browse to C:\Program Files(x86)\Vistasource\RTW\4.5\ and copy the files appendix_a and enumtype.def. In Windows XP, browse to C:\Program Files\Vistasource\RTW\4.5\ and copy the files appendix_a and enumtype.def.
  4. Paste the files into C:\var\triarch.

Services

Services refer to the various services provided by your RMDS system. By default, there is no need to set this component because services are obtained dynamically. However, RTW will use the services listed here in dialog boxes where a service entry is required.

In addition, the infrastructureType field of the Service component may be required to specify sector guessing when subscribing with 2-part subject names in a SASS3 connection (for example, FOO.O may need to expand to SH.REC.FOO.O, in which case the infrastructure type would be set to TIC).The sample configuration files have several default services defined: DTS, IDN_RDF, IDN, SH.

To add additional services:

  1. Select the Services Tab
  2. Type the new service name in the Service entry box.
  3. Click Save.

To rename a service:

  1. Click on the Services Tab.
  2. Select a service name in the Name pull-down menu.
  3. Click Rename.
  4. Type the new name in the RTW RFA Rename dialog and click OK.

To remove a service:

  1. Click on the Services Tab.
  2. Select a service name in the Name pull-down menu.
  3. Click Remove.
As noted above, when using flat files the Save, Rename and Remove buttons only make changes in memory. Click Save to File to actually write the changes to the file.

Data Dictionaries

The Data Dictionaries tab is used for specifying data dictionary types. The data dictionary name is used in the Services component option “DataDictList”, and the type is used by the RTW RMDS (RFA) engine to determine which data dictionary to request. In this way, the engine knows which data dictionary type to request for each service.

To view and edit these settings, select the Data Dictionaries Tab.

Control

The Control tab is used for Entitlements and Message Pool configuration. For SSLED connections, it is recommended by Reuters to enable Entitlements at the P2PS level and to set these 3 settings to False:

dacs_CbeEnabled

dacs_SbeEnabled

dacs_enabled

To view and edit these settings, select the Control Tab and click on the Entitlements toggle button.

Logger

The Logger tab is used to specify general RFA and component logging. These settings should only be used for debugging purposes:

windowsLoggerEnabled

fileLoggerEnabled

Publish/Contribute Setup

Depending on the connection type, the RTW RMDS (RFA) engine can either publish or contribute. With the SSLED connection type, only contribute is supported. With the SASS3 connection type, both publish and contribute are supported, but not within the same session.

When using a session with a SASS3 connection type, the RTW RMDS (RFA) engine will decide whether to publish or contribute based on whether the connection has contributorRV or publisherRV set. If both contributorRV and publisherRV are set, then the publish setting will override the contribute setting.

When publishing market data (as opposed to contributing) the record name must be a four-part subject name.

For more information about how to use publishing, see Publish.

The following settings for publishing are taken from the Windows Registry and default Text File sample files:

Sample Windows Registry Settings

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Reuters\RFA\Default\Connections\Connection_RTIC_CONTRIB]
"connectionType"="SASS3"
"subscriberRV_Connection"="Connection_RV5"
"contributorRV_Connection"="Connection_RV5"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Reuters\RFA\Default\Connections\Connection_RTIC_PUB]
"ConnectionType"="SASS3"
"PublisherRV_Connection"="Connection_RV5"
"SubscriberRV_Connection"="Connection_RV5"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Reuters\RFA\Default\Sessions\SASS3ContribSession]
"connectionList"="Connection_RTIC_CONTRIB"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Reuters\RFA\Default\Sessions\SASS3PubSession]
"ConnectionList"="Connection_RTIC_PUB"

Sample Text File Settings:

\Connections\Connection_RTIC_CONTRIB\connectionType = "SASS3"
\Connections\Connection_RTIC_CONTRIB\subscriberRV_Connection = "Connection_RV5"
\Connections\Connection_RTIC_CONTRIB\contributorRV_Connection = "Connection_RV5"

\Connections\Connection_RTIC_PUB\connectionType = "SASS3"
\Connections\Connection_RTIC_PUB\subscriberRV_Connection = "Connection_RV5"
\Connections\Connection_RTIC_PUB\publisherRV_Connection = "Connection_RV5"

\Sessions\SASS3ContribSession\connectionList = "Connection_RTIC_CONTRIB"

\Sessions\SASS3PubSession\connectionList = "Connection_RTIC_PUB"

Configuration Examples

The following sections show different configuration examples using the RFA example flat file (RFA-Example.cfg) and the RFA example registry file (RFA-Example.reg).

SSLED (sinkdist or P2PS) Configuration

  1. Choose whether you want to use the Windows Registry or a flat file. If you are using a flat file, skip to step 2. Otherwise, initialize the Registry with the provided example registry file RFA-example.reg which is located in the install directory, e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Vistasource\RTW\4.5.
    • In Windows 7, run c:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\regedit.exe, which is the 32-bit Registry Editor, and then do File→Import of the RFA-example.reg, which is located in the install directory.
    • In Windows XP, browse to the install directory and double-click on the file RFA-example.reg to import the sample settings into the Windows Registry.
      Note: For the remaining steps, Windows 7 is assumed.
  2. Launch the RTW RMDS (RFA) Configuration Editor.
    1. In Excel, select Vistasource → Settings → Rtconfig Editor to launch the rtconfig editor.
    2. Select the RMDS (RFA) tab.
    3. If you are using a flat file, check the “Use this File Rather than the Registry” box and browse to %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Vistasource\RTW\RFA-example.cfg. If you are using the Registry make sure the box is unselected.
      1. Ensure that the default Session is RTWSession (an SSLED type session) by choosing it in the Default Session pull-down menu
      2. Click on the Advanced button to launch the RTW RMDS (RFA) configuration editor. If the button is greyed out, see Advanced for details.
  3. View the already-defined SSLED connection, which contains some minimally-required settings. To view this connection:
    1. Click on the Connections Tab.
    2. Select Connection_SSLED in the Name option box.
    3. Note that the Connection Type is set to SSLED, and that the following fields are filled out: PortNumber, ServerList, username.
      Note: A username is only required if the DACS username is different from the Windows login name. Delete this entry if it does not need to be set.
      If necessary, logging options for this connection can be defined here. Logging can affect performance, so use these settings for debugging only. The options are: logEnabled (True/False), logFileName (e.g. “%TEMP%\ssled.log”), logFileSize (e.g. 100000).
  4. Define any adapter settings. Adapter settings are only required if you wish to specify settings different from the default. In the sample configurations, downloading of the Data Dictionary has been turned off. To edit additional settings:
    1. Select the Adapter Tab.
    2. Select SSLED_Adapter in the Name pull-down menu.
    3. Make edits.
    4. Click Save Adapter.
    5. When using flat files, also click Save to File.
      Note: When downloadDataDict is set to false, a local data dictionary is required. The default location is C:\var\triarch. If no local data dictionary is found:
      1. Create the directory C:\var\triarch.
      2. Browse to C:\Program Files(x86)\Vistasource\RTW\4.5\ and copy the files appendix_a and enumtype.def.
      3. Paste the files into C:\var\triarch
  5. The sample configurations define several default services: DTS, IDN_RDF, IDN, SH. To add additional services:
    1. Select the Services tab.
    2. Type the Service name into the Name option box
    3. Click Save.
    4. When using flat files, also click Save to File.
      Note: Services are obtained dynamically, but service names are required for the User Interface Dialogs. </note>

SASS3/RV (RTIC and TIC) Configuration

  1. Choose whether you want to use the Windows Registry or a flat file. If you are using a flat file, skip to step 2. Otherwise, initialize the Registry with the provided example registry file RFA-example.reg which is located in the install directory, e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Vistasource\RTW\4.5.
    • In Windows 7, run c:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\regedit.exe, which is the 32-bit Registry Editor, and then do File→Import of the RFA-example.reg, which is located in the install directory.
    • In Windows XP, browse to the install directory and double-click on the file RFA-example.reg to import the sample settings into the Windows Registry.
      Note: For the remaining steps, Windows 7 is assumed.
  2. Launch the RTW RMDS (RFA) Configuration Editor.
    1. In Excel, select Vistasource → Settings → Rtconfig Editor to launch the rtconfig editor.
    2. Select the RMDS (RFA) tab.
    3. If you are using a flat file, check the “Use this File Rather than the Registry” box and browse to %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Vistasource\RTW\RFA-example.cfg. If you are using the Registry, make sure the box is unselected.
    4. Ensure that the default Session is SASS3Session by choosing it in the Default Session pull-down menu.
    5. Click on the Advanced button to launch the RTW RMDS RFA Configuration editor. If the button is greyed out, see Advanced for details.
  3. View the already-defined SASS3 connection, which has fields specifying an RV connection. To view this connection:
    1. Click on the Connections Tab.
    2. Select Connection_RTIC in the Name option box.
    3. Note the subscriberRV_Connection, publisherRV_Connection and contributorRV_Connection fields, which point to an RV connection
  4. Edit the already-defined RV connection, Connection_RV5. The RV connection needs to specify the values that reflect your environment (see Quick Setup above for more information on these values).
    1. To change the values for Connection_RV5, select Connection_RV5 in the Name option box.
    2. Enter the appropriate values for the daemon, service and network fields.
    3. Click Save.
    4. When using flat files, also click Save to File.
  5. Define any adapter settings. Adapter settings are only required if you wish to specify settings different from the default. Downloading of the Data Dictionary has been turned off in the RFA-example.reg. To edit additional settings:
    1. Select the Adapter Tab.
    2. Select SASS3_Adapter in the Name pull-down menu.
    3. Make edits.
    4. Click Save Adapter.
    5. When using flat files, also click Save to File.
      Note: When downloadDataDict is set to false, a local data dictionary is required. The default location is C:\var\triarch. If no local data dictionary is found:
      1. Create a directory under C:\ called var.
      2. Create a subdirectory under var called triarch.
      3. Browse to C:\Program Files\Vistasource\RTW\4.5\ and copy the files appendix_a and enumtype.def.
      4. Paste the files into C:\var\triarch
  6. The sample registry file has several default services defined: DTS, IDN_RDF, IDN, SH. To add additional services:
    1. Select the Services tab.
    2. Type the Service name into the Name option box
    3. Click Save.
    4. When using flat files, also click Save to File.
      Note: Services are obtained dynamically, but service names are required for the User Interface Dialogs.

Migration

If a configured installation of Thomson Reuters PowerPlus Pro or another RFA client exists on your computer and you wish to migrate to RTW, simply use the existing RFA configuration file for RTW. For example, to migrate from PowerPlus Pro:

  1. Make a copy of the existing RFA configuration file, usually C:\Program Files\Reuters\Common\Config\RFA.RFA-configuration-file.
  2. In Microsoft Excel, select Vistasource → Settings → Rtconfig Editor.
  3. Select the RMDS (RFA) tab.
  4. Select Use this File Rather than the Registry.
  5. Specify the path to your copy of the RFA configuration file (from step 1).
  6. Set the RTW default session to the session you want to use from the RFA configuration file. This is typically called “XtraSession” and can be selected from the “Default Session” list.
  7. Click Save to File.

At this point, your configuration may be ready to use. There are some cases, however, where further edits may be needed.

  1. If there are references to RFA libraries in the RFA configuration file, they may need to be updated to version 7, the RFA version used by RTW 4.4. These are typically specified in the Logger component, under
    AppLogger\defaultMessageFile

    and

    ComponentLoggers\<component name>\messageFile

    Base names (.e.g. RFA6_Adapter) must have the correct RFA prefix (e.g. RFA7_Adapter). Full names (e.g. RFA6_Adapter71.dll) must have both the correct RFA prefix and suffix (e.g. RFA7_Adapter80.dll).

  2. Some PowerPlus Pro-specific settings may need to be converted to the equivalent RTW-specific settings. PowerPlus Pro-specific settings are typically found in the Xtra component. One example of a setting that needs to be converted is the ‘dataFormat’ field. In PPP, it may look like this:
    \Xtra\Services\<service name>\Publication\dataFormat = “Marketfeed”

    In RTW, it must be converted to the following:

    \Services\<service name>\dataFormat = “Marketfeed”

    The above edits can be made either manually or by using the RTW RFA configuration editor. See RTW RFA Configuration Editor for more detail.

  3. Verify your PowerPlus Pro configuration file, it may link to other configuration files, in which case you should also copy these files and modify the paths in the configuration file before removing PowerPlus Pro.

If your configuration is not working or additional assistance with migration is needed, please contact support@vistasource.com.