So it is advised to use this feature responsibly and not expecting getting 500 symbols while your subscription is limited to only 50.However if your data source does not support mixed EOD/Intraday mode and if you want to have long daily histories AND intraday charts you should consider running TWO instances of Ami Broker.They also maintain each database for symbol and name changes, new listings, delistings etc.
The integration scripts work with both the 32 and 64-bit versions of Ami Broker.
Thanks Bill I have all all the paths to the native MSData folders (all 28 of them) loaded into the MS plugin (under "Configure") & the database Folder is pointing to the AB folder C:\Program Files\Amibroker\MSData but the plugin is not updating the the AB datbase as I see it which I assume is used as a cache for fast access.
Which does not quite make sense to me as I have the "local data storage:" disabled - but as the notes suggest it is created and has to be there the way the program is written and should be updated from the Metastock folder via the plugin.
If you are using other programs that use Metastock format then like the plug-in they also pick up MDdata data from the folder that MDdata uses.
At least that's my understanding and the way it seems to work for me.