How to close all position in Autotraded UPSTOX

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I am only trading in Call and Put option

That too i only Buy Option.

Sometimes my AFL code gives the Buy signal ( Before closure of candle: Miss fire) . I want to keep that.

i.e. Buy 29000 CE : QTY 20

Again code give right signal : i.e. Buy 29000 CE : QTY 20

Now there are total 40 QTY :But when Sell Signal come only 20 QTY will be sold So balance 20 QTY still remain.

I WANT TO SELL all open position when SELL Signal comes Instead of Fixed qty

I am using AUTO TRADER for this

/********************************************************************
* SECTION 3 – BEGIN
* This section contains your code for placing orders.
********************************************************************/
_TRACE("Outside Place Order IF Block");
if ( LastValue(Buy) == True )
{
_TRACE("Inside Place Order BUY IF Block");
placeOrderUsingParams(AT_EXCHANGE, AT_SYMBOL, "Buy", AT_ORDER_TYPE, AT_QUANTITY, buyPrice, defaultTriggerPrice(), 1);
}

if ( LastValue(Sell) == True )
{
_TRACE("Inside Place Order SELL IF Block");
placeOrderUsingParams(AT_EXCHANGE, AT_SYMBOL, "Sell", AT_ORDER_TYPE, AT_QUANTITY, sellPrice, defaultTriggerPrice(), 1);
}

/********************************************************************
* SECTION 3 – END
********************************************************************/

How to replace that AT_QUANTITY with some Other code

I have done some research and found this link
https://upstox.com/forum/topic/363/square-off-method-in-upstox-api/2

'Second SqOff Open Positions
  • Fetch Positions
  • Check for Product = 'I' or 'D'
  • Check for Net Quantity <> 0
  • Place opposite order by Upstox.PlaceSimpleOrder
Please let me know if you if you can help me out in this. and how much it going to cost me.

Kind regards
Shikher
 

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