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Oct 2018
Juan Blanco
@juanfranblanco
Oct 29 2018 08:18
@DaChampR_twitter so mainly if you use an Account with a private key and the TransactionManager, your transactions will be signed offline and nonces tracked in memory. Finally you need to configure your client to increase the gas to allow for more transactions.
as per @EnigmaticUnreal_twitter @pzixel info
@EnigmaticUnreal_twitter @kirkilyduck this is a new doc on smart contracts let me know what you think, it covers that question
Joshua Duxbury
@p0onage
Oct 29 2018 09:05
In the test chain repo how come there isn’t a windows .exe for quorum? There is only Linux?
Juan Blanco
@juanfranblanco
Oct 29 2018 09:06
Linux was the simplest environment to setup
so yeah linux / linux bash
in windows
Joshua Duxbury
@p0onage
Oct 29 2018 09:07
ahh would it be worth me doing a windows version and adding it to the repo?
Juan Blanco
@juanfranblanco
Oct 29 2018 09:07
of course :)
that will be great
Joshua Duxbury
@p0onage
Oct 29 2018 09:08
👍
skosara
@skosara1_twitter
Oct 29 2018 10:24
Hi, I have small question, is there a way in Nethereum to have like an observer listening to events thrown by solidity contract? Should that be done by having background task that would constantly pool or listen for events or something like that? Tnx in advance
Juan Blanco
@juanfranblanco
Oct 29 2018 11:44
Yes background task
skosara
@skosara1_twitter
Oct 29 2018 12:06
what do you think about using some azure function or webjob for it? are there some examples of events usage in nethereum on your github? :)
Enigmatic
@EnigmaticUnreal_twitter
Oct 29 2018 12:12
@juanfranblanco - Yeap. I was building my boilerplate based off the guide. Let's see if I could do for VB too. :) My templates for VB still uses fully qualified function calls.
Raúl
@rsantirso
Oct 29 2018 14:27
Hi, folks! I've been messing around with a very naive function from a smart contract deployed in my company's private ethereum network. That function just contains a couple of requires and returns an address. Well, I'm having a problem when "SendTransactionAndWaitForReceiptAsync" is called: the returned receipt contains a 'status' field, but it is always NULL, it doesn't matter if any of the requires asserts nor the function reach its end and returns the expected address. It is supposed that the receipt status field must contain a 0x0 for the former case and a 0x1 for the latter, isn't it? Or am I missing something?
Enigmatic
@EnigmaticUnreal_twitter
Oct 29 2018 16:40
@rsantirso - Which version of geth/parity are you using for the private network? If I recall, the receipt status was introduced after Byzantium, for Geth that should be above v1.7.0.