Zerodha Nest Terminal-How to view Order Book

Order Book Zerodha Nest Terminal

Once an order is placed in Zerodha Nest Terminal, the user would like to see the status of that order. In order to do this, a user can call the order book window by pressing F3 in the market watch of Zerodha Nest Terminal. This will show the status of all the orders that were placed for the selected scrip. If the user presses F3 twice it would show the status of all the orders that were placed across all the segments as well as across the entire exchanges in Zerodha Nest Terminal. The Order Book window is very user-friendly as it allows the user to view and access the data in a very efficient way. User can also set the columns in the sequence user prefers them to appear in the order book window in Zerodha Nest terminal. One can also remove the unwanted columns from the window. All the fields/columns can also be filtered by pressing Ctrl+F . Pressing this short-cut will invoke a filter on the top of the order book. This allows the user to search for the information that user is looking for. For example, if the user wants to view all the Buy orders, user needs to invoke the filter and just type B under the column Buy/Sell. The Order Book provides details of all the orders placed by the user. These include orders placed to the exchange, but not traded or partially traded (open orders), traded orders (completed), rejected orders and cancelled orders. The user can also modify or cancel an Open Order from this window, by selecting the order from order book and clicking on Modify or Cancel, as the case may be. Other functions like filtering orders, viewing the Order History (which is discussed in further sections), can also be performed easily by the user. How to view Order Book in Zerodha Nest Terminal The following information can be viewed in the Order Book window:

User Id Displays the User Id from which the order is placed
Exhg-Seg Displays the Exchange-Segment for which order is placed
Product Type Displays the Product Type in which the order is placed
Account Id Displays the Account Id in which order is placed
Participant Code Displays the Participant Code of the client id if any assigned
to client
Rejection Reason Displays the order rejection if system / exchange has rejected
the order
Status Displays whether the status of order i.e opens or trigger


Buy/Sell Displays whether user has placed order for Buy or Sell
Trading Symbol Displays the Trading symbol for which order is placed
Total Quantity Displays the Total Quantity entered while placing the order
Price Displays the price at which order is submitted
Nest Order No Displays the Internal Nest Order Number
Nest Update Time Displays the Internal Nest Order Time
Exchange Order No Displays the Exchange order Number
Order Source Displays from where the order is placed by the user. This is
the internal field and for NSE it will always be TWS
Request Id Displays the number of times the order is being modified by
the user
Exchange Update Time Displays the time updated by exchange
Exchange Entry Time Displays the Order received Time by the Exchange
Quantity Units Displays the number of quantity in each Lot
Account Name Displays the Account Name for whom the order is placed
Order Placed By Displays from where order is placed
Depository Displays the Depository Name
Quantity In Lots Displays the Quantity in Number of Lots
Exchange Account Id Displays the Unique Exchange Account Id of Every Client
Modified By User Displays the User Id who has modified the Order
Exchange Time Stamp Displays the Date and Time of which the Exchange returns
after accepting order
Auction Number Displays the Auction Number of Auction Order
Branch Id Displays the Branch Id of Client
Broker Id Displays the Broker Id
Traded Quantity Displays the Traded Quantity which has been executed in the
Remarks Displays the Remarks Mentioned by the User while placing
the Order
Trigger Price Displays the Price on which the order should get Triggered in
Stop Loss Order
Order Type Displays Order type for which order is placed (e.g. Limit,
Market, Stop-loss)
Good Till Date Not applicable
Validity Not applicable
Pro/Cli Displays whether the order is for Client Or Proprietary account
Disclosed Quantity Displays the Disclosed Quantity to Exchange
Pending Quantity Displays the pending quantity which is to be executed
Average Price Displays the Average Price of the Order Placed
Option Type Displays the Option Type. Not Applicable for Cash segment
Expiry Date Displays the Expiry date. Not Applicable for Cash segment
Strike Price Displays the Strike Price. Not Applicable for Cash
Instrument Name Displays Instrument Name or Series of the Symbol
Symbol Displays the Symbol for the order is placed

The user can view all orders (if filtered by invoking orders for a scrip from market-watch), by ticking on the check-box ‘Display All Orders’. The user can filter orders for any of the columns available, by clicking on ‘Show Filters’. The user can then enter the value or range of values for any of the columns for which he wants the data to be filtered.   The user can apply further filters by clicking on the ‘Filter Orders’ option. The user may filter orders for a Time Duration, Disable Orders from Other Users.   The user can modify an open order, by selecting it and clicking on ‘Modify’. Once the user enters the relevant information in the Modify Order Entry window and submits it, the modification request will get sent.   The user can cancel an open order, by selecting it and clicking on ‘Cancel’. The user can also cancel all open orders (either filtered or unfiltered) by clicking on ‘Cancel All’. All the open orders visible will then get cancelled. If filtered, then only those orders that are filtered will get cancelled.

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