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Is QuantConnect.ToolBox available in the browser IDE?

Hi,

How can I create an instance of QuantConnect.ToolBox.OandaDownloader.OandaDataDownloader in the browser IDE?

I have added the 'using QuantConnect.ToolBox' directive but it didn't work. I get the error " "The type or namespace name 'ToolBox' does not exist in the namespace 'QuantConnect' (are you missing an assembly reference?)"

Best regards,

Thomas

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No its not accessible through the IDE. But likely you're not using a part of QuantConnect in the right way. The toolbox is only really useful when working locally with LEAN.

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Thank you, Jared!

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