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Use EOSJS the "result" contains several pieces of information including the transaction id and the corresponding block number. const result = await api.transact({...})


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You can access the JSON Object like this: (async () => { let transaction = await rpc.history_get_transaction('188d9cba22eb1acbeff074d9c092b202808c1510f37b02798c286d00c9cc7b5d', 46632826); let actions = transaction.trx.trx.actions; // <---- All actions console.log("actions", actions); if (actions.length >= 1) { console.log("...


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