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Stellar uses a number of core concepts and primitives that can be used by contract designers to build robust systems. These include: atomic batches of operations (transactions) multiple signers pe …
answered Feb 18 '18 by Synesso
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While implementing server sent events (SSE) requests I've come across a problem. The streams quickly become stale. The client continues to request data, but the server will only respond with "hello". …
asked Sep 3 '18 by Synesso
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curl -H "Accept: text/event-stream" -H "Last-Event-ID: 85025096736968704" https://horizon.stellar.org/transactions shows that the request has valid results. This means the problem is squarely within t …
answered Sep 3 '18 by Synesso
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Is there a straightforward way to ascertain from the horizon txn post response if the seqno has been incremented? For example, an underfunded operation will cause the seq number to increment, but a …
asked Jan 23 by Synesso
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In the signers block of an Account response: "signers": [ { "public_key": "GBH25RYXAEDKPZUIMC5VJBKNYRUULY5B2LH5NVG6Q3RZPHK5KPFBZX7T", "weight": 1, "key": "GBH25RYXAEDKPZUIMC5VJBKNYRUULY …
asked Aug 29 '18 by Synesso
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I’ve got integration tests that run very quickly against quickstart standalone docker image. But in Travis these tests time out. (This error message originates from Horizon). It's a common problem … that tests which run OK locally can time out during Travis builds. The solution in my experience is to increase the time out values by a factor of 3-5. Is there an environment variable or startup param I can pass to Horizon to extend the timeout duration? …
asked Aug 19 '18 by Synesso
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AFAIK this functionality doesn't yet exist. There is an issue raised last year to enable it. It has been worked on and is tagged in-orbit. (I'm not sure what that means).
answered Jul 31 '18 by Synesso
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The manage offer operation is used to create a new offer. Just set the offer id to 0, or omit it. offerId number | string optional If 0, will create a new offer (default). Otherwise, edits …
answered Feb 21 '18 by Synesso
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Is the effects by ledger endpoint broken or not yet implemented? I imagine ledgers contain many events, but whichever I check there are no effects.
asked Feb 12 '18 by Synesso
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Whether counter_asset_type is required or not, you should not be seeing an internal server error. As the error document states, this is the server's fault, not yours. I took a quick look through the …
answered May 31 '18 by Synesso
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To create a new account you issue a transaction with the CreateAccount operation. It's very similar to a Payment operation, but has the side-effect of creating a new account. This is essentially what …
answered May 23 '18 by Synesso
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Assets are uniquely identified by their asset_code and asset_issuer. Taking the first record as an example, there is no such thing as the 0000 asset. But there is an asset which is "0000" issued by G …
answered Mar 15 by Synesso
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Using the payments by account endpoint of Horizon we can see that the from account has since been merged into GCXELXZUHZEZFT5E63P2R2HMXJ3MPPIVR3TI2MDBP244ECRBQEFBVKCG. { "_links …
answered Jul 17 '18 by Synesso
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The set_options operation JSON returned by Horizon does not disambiguate between signer_keys of different types (hash, signed txn hash, account). // sha256 hash "signer_key …
asked Feb 22 '18 by Synesso
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This is as per design. Operations are executed in order as one ACID transaction, meaning that either all operations are applied or none are. If any operation fails, the whole transaction fails. …
answered Mar 12 by Synesso

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