A long time ago, I put in an order for BitPTS - before it was clear to me that most of the markets were not trading yet due to 'insufficient feeds'.
That's fine. I left my order there for when the market started.
Now, BitPTS cannot even load in the Bitshares GUI (v0. 4. 24). I get a brief notice that states 'Cannot initialize market module, failed to get assets data'. After that, the BitPTS market page shows no information. Most notably for me, there is also no indication that my open order still exists.
I tried the following command in console:
wallet_market_order_list PTS BTS (and variations of BitPTS, BTSX, upper / lower case, etc). All I get from this is an error like so
10 assert_exception: Assert Exception
bitshares chain_database.cpp:1625 bts::blockchain::chain_database::get_asset_id
bitshares chain_database.cpp:1627 bts::blockchain::chain_database::get_asset_id
bitshares chain_database.cpp:2493 bts::blockchain::chain_database::get_market_bids
bitshares wallet.cpp:4204 bts::wallet::wallet::get_market_orders
bitshares common_api_client.cpp:1731 bts::rpc_stubs::common_api_client::wallet_market_order_list
bitshares cli.cpp:556 bts::cli::detail::cli_impl::execute_command
Next, I would try cancelling the order, but even though I can see the item in my transaction history (with a label like 'ASK-xxxxxxxx'), I do not actually get access to the transaction ID. I gather is not the same as the hex code we see after the 'ASK-' and 'BID-' prefixes in the transaction history (of course, in futility, I tried using that code anyway).
Is there any way I can just list all open order in my wallet, so I can get the actual ID and then try to cancel the order?