Performs the synchronization of the high-resolution internal time service with the system time.
On OS less than Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, the internal high-resolution time service, is based on QueryPerformanceCounter API.
This service is synchronized with the system time only once when an application is started, as a result, a time difference can occur in time.
Therefore, for such old windows versions, it makes sense to synchronize the internal time service periodically (e.g. once per day) with the system time to avoid time drift issues.
NOTE: The method should be called when all sessions are disconnected to avoid time resynchronization side effects.
FIXForge.NET.FIX.Engine-net-4.6.2_x64 (in FIXForge.NET.FIX.Engine-net-4.6.2_x64.dll) Version: 22.214.171.124
public void SynchronizeHighResolutionTimeServiceWithSystemTime()
|EngineException||Thrown if there is a session in non-disconnected state.|See Also