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Retrieving the date when an order is filled

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I am new to QuantConnect. I researched on the LEAN/Python object that can obtain an information about the date when an order is filled. However, I was not able to get something from my research. So, how can I obtain an information about the date when an order is filled? I need this to trace the number of bars between a certain trading day and the day when an order is filled.

Thanks a lot.

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You could get the time the order was last updated using the "Time" property of the order ticket.

For example, 

marketOrderTicket = self.MarketOrder(symbol, quantity)
time = marketOrderTicket.Time

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