NumberOr returns the provided block number argument, or the "current" block number or hash if none was provided. NumberOrLatest returns the provided block number argument, or the "latest" block number if none was provided. This handler returns GraphiQL when requested. Syncing returns false in case the node is currently not syncing with the network.
It can be up to date or has not yet received the latest block headers from its pears. In case it is synchronizing: - startingBlock: block number this node started to synchronise from - currentBlock: block number this node is currently importing - highestBlock: block number of the highest block header this node has received from peers - syncedAccounts: number of accounts downloaded - syncedAccountBytes: number of account trie bytes persisted to disk - syncedBytecodes: number of bytecodes downloaded - syncedBytecodeBytes: number of bytecode bytes downloaded - syncedStorage: number of storage slots downloaded - syncedStorageBytes: number of storage trie bytes persisted to disk - healedTrienodes: number of state trie nodes downloaded - healedTrienodeBytes: number of state trie bytes persisted to disk - healedBytecodes: number of bytecodes downloaded - healedBytecodeBytes: number of bytecodes persisted to disk - healingTrienodes: number of state trie nodes pending - healingBytecode: number of bytecodes pending.
Transaction represents an Ethereum transaction. Jump to Node, backend ethapi. Context common. Context common. Context hexutil. BlockNumberOrHash rpc. Node , backend ethapi. An implementation of the standard so far will be in the next release of geth.
The Graph provides a way to create custom ETL schemas over Ethereum events, making it possible to efficiently index and query contract-specific data. This is particularly useful for tools that consume blockchain data en-masse, like The Graph. RFE: I would like to have an ability to get a public key for address without intermediary explicit tx lookup and ecrecover call. I think call and account should also be options on a block just like how logs is done.
That way I could do:. This would access the snapshot of state from that block, so would be useful for people indexing data from archive nodes, and by allowing lookup by hash it solves the issue of possible reorgs happening under your feet between two queries. Good call. Perhaps it would make more sense to remove them from the top level query in that case? As far as I can tell, dopple just takes the POST body and sends it raw over the socket, then returns the response.
Hrm, I need to go read up a bit on GraphQL. On the EthQL side, there are some things that can be done to align some of the more minor differences. There are also some comments I wanted to rehash from previous conversations. There were a few comments made in previous conversations that seemed like the biggest differences that I wanted to align on.
Big integers should probably have their own scalar type, not just String Likewise, hex-encoded byte strings other than addresses and hashes should have their own types. Among them, you mentioned additional transaction filters, expressing values in selectable base units, and decoding things like Solidity storage layout. Also, are there small conveniences we could bake into the standard?
For transaction status, the 1 , 0 , null values feels like an enum. Are you thinking that Subscriptions would be included in a future EIP?
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