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Cyotek WebCopy seems to be also a good alternative.For my situation, trying to download a DokuWiki site, it currently seems to lack support for CSRF/SecurityToken.Thats why I actually went for Offline Explorer as stated already in answer above.
2Concerning the -np flag, the exception is when there aredependencies outside the hierarchy.For example, I made a download for which the referred CSS files arein a different subdomain.Yet, the subdomain that has the CSS files was also downloaded,which is what we want, of course.
A1 Website Download for Windows and Mac is yet another option. The tool has existed for nearly 15 years and has been continuously updated. It features separate crawl and download filtering options with each supporting pattern matching for \"limit to\" and \"exclude\".
Site Explorer Site Explorer lets you view the folders structure of aweb site and easily download necessary files or folders. HTML SpiderYou can download whole web pages or even whole web sites with HTMLSpider. The tool can be adjusted to download files with specifiedextensions only.
I find Site Explorer is useful to see which folders to include/exclude before you attempt attempt to download the whole site - especially when there is an entire forum hiding in the site that you don't want to download for example.
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Additionally when Sierra Chart is requesting historical data from Interactive Brokers TWS, there is a separate request for each block of data. You can look in the Window >> Message Log and see these requests and the responses from TWS. To increase the amount of historical data downloaded directly from Interactive Brokers in the case where the historical data is only coming from Interactive Brokers, refer to Downloading More Days of Historical Data Directly from Interactive Brokers.
So you do have full control and monitoring of historical data requests to Interactive Brokers TWS from within Sierra Chart. You can redo the download by going to the chart and selecting Edit >> Delete All Data and Download. If you are not getting the historical data that you expect, once again we cannot provide any help with this. It is simply out of our control and knowledge.
Amount of Historical Data Available: For historical data downloaded from Interactive Brokers directly and not when using the Sierra Chart Real-time Data Feeds, Interactive Brokers provides 1 year of Historical Daily and a very limited amount of historical Intraday data.
Sierra Chart will always download the full 1 year of Historical Daily data for Historical charts. For Intraday charts, it is not very practical to download a large amount of historical Intraday data all at once from Interactive Brokers. Normally the download will fail and it will take a very long before it completes. Downloading 30 days is more practical. The instructions below explain how to specify the number of historical Intraday days to download.
When using Interactive Brokers, the required historical chart data is downloaded either entirely from Interactive Brokers or from Sierra Chart Real-time Data Feeds. It is either completely from one or the other source.
You can experience many problems when this historical data is downloaded from the Interactive Brokers system. The Interactive Brokers historical data system is not always reliable and works as you would expect. This historical data is also called backfill.
You may experience a problem where historical data is not downloaded at all because the Interactive Brokers historical data system does not respond resulting in both a delay with chart updating and missing data. This is called a Timeout and how to deal with it is explained in the No Response When Downloading Historical Data and Timeouts section.
Interactive Brokers has limits on the amount of historical data you can download during a short period of time. In the Sierra Chart Message Log opened with Window>> Message Log, you may see messages that contain the words pacing violation.
This section explains some things you can do to handle a problem where Interactive Brokers Trader Workstation (TWS) does not respond to historical data requests. Eventually this leads to the historical data request timing out and results in missing data in the chart. In the Sierra Chart Message Log, you will see a phrase that says The download timed out in a line for the Historical data requests.
When you see your charts say Waiting to Download or Downloading Historical Data, and there is no response for a while, then restart Interactive Brokers Trader Workstation (TWS). Be sure you do this within 3 minutes (default) before the timeout occurs. After restarting TWS, Sierra Chart will then reconnect to TWS. When a download timeout does occur, the historical data download will fail for the symbol currently having historical data downloaded and all the other symbols will have the download canceled for them. This occurs if Cancel Active Backfill Requests on Timeout in Global Settings >> Data / Trade Service Settings is checked. If it is unchecked, then the remaining symbols will not have their pending downloads canceled and the historical data downloads will continue. However, this may be an excessively long time if the Interactive Brokers system does not respond, which is the reason why we recommend keeping that option enabled.
If you are missing historical data in your charts, refer to the Retrying Downloading of Intraday Data section and help topic number 6.3 for instructions to retry the download for Intraday and Historical charts respectively.
Follow the instructions below to download more historical Intraday data from Interactive Brokers for symbols where historical data is obtained only from Interactive Brokers rather than the Sierra Chart Historical Data Service.
To change the setting to download regular trading hours Daily bars, select Global Settings >> Data/Trade Service Settings on the menu. If the option Service Setting >> Download Regular Trading Hours Bars (Daily Bars Only) is set to True, Sierra Chart will only request the regular trading hours Daily bar data.
If you made a change to the Download Regular Trading Hours Bars (Daily Bars Only) setting, then you need to re-download the data in the Historical Daily charts to get the regular trading hours bars. You need to do this only once for each symbol. To do this go to a Historical Daily chart and select Edit >> Delete All Data and Download. This only needs to be done once for each symbol.
When the Sierra Chart Historical Data is set to be used when using the Interactive Brokers trading service, the historical equity/stock data is downloaded from the Sierra Chart Historical Data Service which has volume as actual values. Therefore, the volume values from the Sierra Chart Historical Data Service are higher by 100 times the amount of the Interactive Brokers volume data. 781b155fdc