The ASX seeds test data into the Customer Development Environment (CDE). As the functionality of the CDE environment improves with each release, the test data will be refreshed to allow for the use of these additional functions.
All CDEs will be seeded with calendar dates from 1 Jan 2017 until 1 Jan 2023. The calendar will differentiate between settlement and non-settlement dates, as published by the ASX.
CDE Drop 10
The environment will have the business date set, which will correspond to the first business day in which the environment will be available.
The business date will be rolled each business day. For example, on Friday night, the business date will roll to Monday.
CDE Drop 1
The following types of CSP users will be available for testing in CDE:
Trading, Clearing and Settlement Participant;
Third Party Clearing and Settlement Participant;
Non-Trading Settlement Participant;
Trading and Account Participant;
Approved Market Operator (AMO); and
Bid Offeror; and
Product Issuer Settlement Participant (PISP).
For CDE Drop 1, CSP users will be able to use User Identification Codes (UIC) for Party Identification in the Business Message. Business Identification Codes (BIC) will be supported in a subsequent release.
CDE is seeded with data on Issuers and Securities, which may include equities, fixed interest securities, convertible notes and company options, warrants, mFunds as well as Allocation Interest and securities that relate to specific Corporate Actions (e.g. Rights, Bonus and Deferred Security).
On CDE reset, corporate actions with dates in the past will be removed from seeding to avoid incomplete corporate action lifecycles. ASX will also remove any deferred securities that relate to these corporate actions.
The file below contains a selection of securities and warrants, a sample of what will be available in the CDE environment.