We would like to explain how the methodology for deployment differs from the methodology for backtesting.
During a backtest the very first time an entry signal is triggered, the system enters the hypothetical position immediately. Once it has entered the position, it then waits for the stop loss or target profit or the exit condition in the algo to be met or for the end of market hours everyday (if you have chosen MIS). Once any of these four conditions becomes true (whichever comes first) the position is exited and the system waits for the next entry signal. If the entry condition is met anywhere in between the position, that is when a position had been taken and the system is waiting for an exit signal, any entry signals triggered during this time will be ignored.
During deployment in the market, the system waits for the first entry signal, just like in a backtest, however if you do not take action on the first entry position, the algo will not generate further notifications and further entry signals will be ignored by the system. The system has been designed this way to help the trader. In order to generate further notifications, you will have to either cancel the notification (in which case the algo will be stopped) or stop the algo and deploy it again.
Therefore comparing backtesting signals with deployed notifications will not match.