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Sandbox mock ISINs
To enable testing of different scenarios on the client side, we offer a range of ISINs, which are programmed to behave in a predefined way in our Sandbox environment.
The following lists give you an overview of these ISINs and their expected behaviour, including the order & execution webhooks.
The ISINs listed here are designed to execute successfully in the Sandbox.
The ISINs have the following behaviour and bid/offer prices:
|Successful execution with up to 5 partial executions.
Number of executions dependent on order amount:
< €101 = 1 execution,
< €201 = 2 executions, ...
> €401 = 5 executions
|All active ISINs in Sandbox not otherwise specified in this section (e.g., IE0032077012)
Order & execution webhooks
Success flow ISINs have the following expected order and execution webhooks:
In the Upvest Sandbox environment, order executions are settled immediately, i.e. not on T+2.
The ISINs listed here are designed to mock different cancellation flows.
These ISINs have the following behaviour:
|Upvest cancels an order immediately after
|Upvest cancels an order in the
PROCESSING state, however, not immediately.
Limit & stop order simulation
If you want to test limit and stop orders, you can use the following ISIN with prices oscillating every hour between 200.00 and 300.00.
|DE0005140008, IE00B9F5YL18, IE00B945VV12
|Successful execution with prices moving sine-like every hour in the pattern: 250.00 (hh:00), 300.00 (hh:15), 250.00 (hh:30), 200.00 (hh:45)
|Behaves in the same way as
DE0005140008, however, attempt to cancel the order in
PROCESSING state will always get rejected. (Useful for
ORDER_CANCELLATION webhook testing)
For more information how to place an order, see also the Placing an Order guides.
Order & execution webhooks
Orders are being cancelled in the
Upvest will soon offer more transparency on cancellation reasons via webhooks. We will also document these changes in this section.
Portfolio orders with mutual funds
Unlike the instant execution of ETFs, mutual funds are only executed once a day. You can test the delayed execution behaviour between ETFs and mutual funds by creating a portfolio allocation with any ETF instrument and one or both of the mutual funds listed here:
IE00B42W4L06- Vanguard Global Small-Cap Index Fund EUR Acc
IE00B18GC888- Vanguard Global Bond Index Fund EUR Hedged Acc
Learn more about how to enable portfolio investments here.
For the execution of portfolio orders, Upvest uses the block order functionality. To enable fast implementation and testing, we typically configure a block order execution every 15 minutes from Monday to Friday between 8am and 8pm. However, the execution time can be changed if you have other preferences.
Assuming a portfolio order with a single ETF and a single mutual fund is placed at 8am on a trading day, the expected behaviour for orders and executions is as follows (learn more about the lifecycle of portfolio orders here):
All individual orders (ETF and mutual fund) are created immediately (
The ETF is processed and executed at 8.15am (
The mutual fund is processed and executed 18 minutes later at 8:33am (
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