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Is there a way to read the Strategy Display Name (as it is displayed in the Strategy window) in code?
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StrategyName?
https://www.wealth-lab.com/Support/ApiReference/UserStrategyBase
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QUOTE:

StrategyName
public string StrategyName
Returns the class name of the executing strategy that derives from UserStrategyBase.


I do not need the class name but the display name, as it is shown in the program window.
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Cone8
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Try one of these -

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         WriteToDebugLog(StrategyHost.Strategy.QualifiedName);          WriteToDebugLog(StrategyHost.Strategy.Name);
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I can't get the StrategyHost class. I'm running WL8 Build 35. Is there an update required to get this class?
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Cone8
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#5
Given the context, it's a property of the UserStrategyBase or StrategyBase.
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I had a quick look at the metadata of the UserStrategyBase and StrategyBase classes, but couldn't find anything.

Different with the interface IStrategyHost, there seems to exist such a property but I can't find a way to access it.
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Cone8
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I gave you the code.??? It works in a Strategy, right?
Just pass a UserStrategyBase and use it.
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Glitch8
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Here is another way:

CODE:
public override void Initialize(BarHistory bars) {          Strategy s = Backtester.Strategy;          WriteToDebugLog(s.Name);          WriteToDebugLog(s.QualifiedName); }
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