Content of Component AllocAckGrp
|TagText||FieldName or ComponentName||Required||Description|
|78||NoAllocs|| This repeating group is optionally used for messages with AllocStatus = 2 (account level reject), AllocStatus = 0 (accepted), to provide details of the individual accounts that were accepted or rejected. In the case of a reject, the reasons for the rejection should be specified. This group should not be populated where AllocStatus has any other value.
Indicates number of allocation groups to follow.
|79||AllocAccount|| Required if NoAllocs > 0. Must be first field in repeating group.
|366||AllocPrice|| Used when performing "executed price" vs. "average price" allocations (e.g. Japan). AllocAccount plus AllocPrice form a unique Allocs entry. Used in lieu of AllocAvgPx.
|776||IndividualAllocRejCode|| Required if NoAllocs > 0.
|161||AllocText|| Free format text field related to this AllocAccount (can be used here to hold text relating to the rejection of this AllocAccount)
|360||EncodedAllocTextLen|| Must be set if EncodedAllocText field is specified and must immediately precede it.
|361||EncodedAllocText|| Encoded (non-ASCII characters) representation of the AllocText field in the encoded format specified via the MessageEncoding field.
|989||SecondaryIndividualAllocID|| Will allow the intermediary to specify an allocation ID generated by the system
|993||AllocCustomerCapacity|| Will allow for granular reporting of separate allocation detail within a single trade report or allocation message.
|992||IndividualAllocType|| Identifies whether the allocation is to be sub-allocated or allocated to a third party.
|80||AllocQty|| Quantity to be allocated to specific sub-account
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