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tables of eosio.token are not generated in abi file

I am using "server_version_string": "v1.2.3". And I am trying to compile and customize the eosio.token contract, but the tables are accounts and currency_stats table are not generated in abi file. How ...
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Can we typecast string to use it as a id in table?

I need to use a string as a id of table in my smart contract. Initially i found some answers that string can't be use as primary key. But i use string as a key in table as given below: //@abi table ...
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Multiple Inheritance within ABI files

I have various classes that use multiple inheritance, i.e.: class A { }; class B { }; class C : public A, public B { }; Single inheritance in an ABI file is possible using the base layer as ...
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scope in the get table command

What is the meaning of scope argument in the get table command? For example, in the todo_contract, (https://developers.eos.io/eosio-cleos/reference#cleos-get-table) we have cleos --wallet-url http:...
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Is it possible to have a secondary index as unique?

As per title, I'm using a key256 as a datatype for a secondary index on a multi-index table and want it to be unique. Can't find any documentation on it. TIA.
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How can I create a table in an .hpp for a general contract? (Using the CDT)

THE STRUCTURE OF MY PROJECT I am working in mycontract.cpp, which imports myheader.hpp WHAT I WANT I want to create a table in myheader.hpp, for a generic contract, "IN THEORY" as follows: struct [...
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how to properly use cleos get table with --key-type sha256 / secondary index (failing on 1.4.2)

im not able to filter a hash correctly, using get table / get_table_rows. also noticed abi is not generating secondary index, although im assuming is not that, since anyway is returning something. ...
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Are table lookups, like get_table_rows, included in CPU/NET resource calculation?

If a smart contract includes user data, would our smart contract be charged CPU/NET resources to do lookups on those tables, or is it only charged for transfers and actions etc.
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BUG when two accounts send action at the same time to modify multiindex table

It took me several days to find the bug. I got a table like this TABLE t {uint64_t key, name player1, name player2, uint64_t status}; when the contract recieved the specific action , It will ...
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Is it possible to use a type other than uint64_t for a table primary key?

I want to use a uint128_t as a primary key in a multi_index table. Is this possible? If so, how should the ABI file be written to accomodate it?
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Trying to pass a sha256 hash to my contract and store it

I'm new to the EOS platform. For my use case I'm trying to pass a sha256 hash to a function in my contract and store it in a table which is indexed by that hash. I've realized you can't have the ...
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Contract Table Query Exception

As i was following eosio developers documentation #include <eosiolib/eosio.hpp> #include <eosiolib/print.hpp> using namespace eosio; using namespace std; class addressbook : public ...
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Assertion failure after updating a smart contract with tables

Before the update Before the update of the code of my c++ smart contract, this uses to work absolutely fine. Data storing on the table and actions execution were done successfully. After the update ...
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Same name table of different contracts got merged

I wrote a contract, suppose C defining the multi-index table T. Table struct has two parameter suppose x and y. x was the primary key. I made some entries in T and when i tried to access it back, I ...
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Can we store documents in a table.If yes, Is this a right approach?

I want to store some documents in my smart contract that some users upload. Can I use table for storage? But second thing is table resides in RAM and this doesn't seems good to store data in Ram. Is ...
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Where should tables be created? In the contract or in each action?

In the simple blog dapp (https://github.com/EOSIO/eosio-project-demux-example) the table (for posts) was defined in the contract but is not instantiated as a field. What are the advantages/...
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ignore //abi table comment

I have general header, which I wanna include in different contracts: ent.h: //@abi table entities i64 struct entity { entity() {}; uint64_t id; uint64_t primary_key() const { return ...
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How can I know if I pay ram for a row in a table?

I am creating a non-fungible token. While I own the token, I pay ram for it. After transfer of the token the new owner should pay for it. My token contract updates the payer as soon as the new owner ...
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Can we add the permission to access the table?

I know how to declare ,initialize and get,set values in a table .My question is Can we add permission to access the table to a particular user inside our smart contract ?
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How to list all tables I have on main-net account, and how do I see the table keys?

I am struggling with listing all tables that exist on my account, as well as listing all the keys that I got in each table. What would be the cleos command ? Should I need to publish a contract, ...
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How to retrieve historical EOS supply?

I know $ cleos get currency stats eosio.token EOS reports the current supply in the blockchain, but how can I get the supply through time?
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multi_index query [WHERE]

How do we query tables in EOS? Specifically like the WHERE clause in SQL Database? I see examples that uses iterator to find if the record exists, however I don't see it as the right approach ...
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HOWTO: auto increment primary key?

How do we do this in EOSIO multi_index table? Want to define a table with an auto increment primary key id.
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How do I see how many objects are in the multi_index table? [duplicate]

Is there a simple way to get how large the table is? like: table.size()
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Get table rows HTTP API in JSON

When I try to get table using curl --request POST \ --url http://bp.cryptolions.io:8888/v1/chain/...
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Delete all multi_index records without iterator?

I am running a multi_index in my contract and want to include an abi action that will clear it. Is there a clever way to delete all records? At the moment I am using something like this: //@abi ...
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Table key smaller than 64bit

Here is my some code. To reduce the data size, 'id', 'knight', and 'sale_id' are not uint64_t, even though they are keys. Because 'primary_key()', 'by_knight()' and 'by_saleid()' functions convert ...
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One-to-many relationship in Multi Index Tables

Is there a method for storing one-to-many relationships within a table? Say I had a Player, and the player had multiple Tickets. How could I store multiple ticket primary keys within one player?
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EOSjs getTableRows lower and upper bound on account name

How can I pass an account name as the lower and upper bound in the getTableRows method? I've looked at types.hpp and saw the string_to_name method, is there a similar method in EOSjs?
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How do you properly change/add to the struct that is stored in a table as part of a contract upgrade? [duplicate]

Does this even work? Seems like I've broken my tables doing this but I have changed my contract pretty significantly. I'd imagine that someone may want to add a new "column" (member) to their "...
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Reading table rows with EOSJS

Is there a way to receive the return output of an action with EOSJS? Say for example I have an action that reads columns from a table, sums a row and returns the result. How would I structure the ...
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Is it possible to get the creation timestamp of a record of a Smart Contract Table?

Usually in centralized apps we have the fields created_at and created_by to know when and who created this record and also sometimes modified_at and modified_by to register who and when was the last ...
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When to use or not use the Contract Scope?

Analyzing the eosio.token contract we see that the token stats is stored under the SYM scope. So if I want to read a token stat, like supply, I need to execute: cleos get table eosio.token EOS stats ...
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How do you define who pays and who stores on your Smart Contract tables?

Sometimes I find myself lost deciding how I will store data for my application. I have a dilemma about: Decentralization vs Accessibility for everybody? Looking to this table, which manage DAOs: // ...
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How to set “deep structures” for Smart Contracts Tables?

I have a table that I'm playing with that I want to have a map that links the id with a specific structure. I tried to use map and the code compiles fine, but when generating the abi file it takes ...
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How to use two secondary keys as a filter? (WHERE f1 AND f2)

In the contract multi index tables we can filter by the primary key or we can just create an indexed_by as an additional index. Then we have basically two options: filter by the primary key or ...
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How to read tables from other smart contracts?

I tried to look for inside the EOS repository and contracts examples but I could not find anything like this. I want to know how can I read another contract table. So, as an example: my contract ...
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What are naming rules for actions, tables and contracts?

Since strings internally are converted to uint64 for space efficiency on the eos.io blockchain what are the restrictions that need to be followed for: actions tables index identifiers (within ...