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For questions regarding Operations within the Stellar Network.

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Transaction processing is not refering to a group of operations and also is not a operation itself. It is kind of creating the transaction itself. Let me explain it with an example: Account A … will be charged the XLM network fee and A will get its sequence number increased by one. (Obviously B will also need to sign the transaction cause it's his money) The only low weight operations are AllowTrust and BumpSequence as stated in the docs. …
answered Feb 11 by sui
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You can use the stellar laboratory XDR viewer to debug it. You can get the transactions XDR representation with this method using zulucrypto/stellar-api php sdk: echo base64_encode($txEnvelope->toXdr …
answered Mar 12 by sui
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The main idea of bundling operations in a single transaction is not to save resources but to execute them in a "all fail if one fails" fashion which allows stellar smart contracts in the first place … . There is currently a limit of 50 transactions per ledger but as far as I know that is also supposed to be changed to a maximum operations per ledger limit in future. …
answered Mar 12 by sui
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It is the MANAGE_OFFER_CROSS_SELF error described in the guides and it prevents you from unintentionally fullfilling your own previous offer: The account has opposite offer of equal or lesser pric …
answered Apr 18 by sui