Push

Description The subcommands can be used to push arbitrary transactions to the blockchain.

Subcommands

Push Action

Description

Push a transaction with a single action.

Positional Parameters

  • (string) account— The account providing the contract to execute (required).

  • (string) action— A JSON string or filename defining the action to execute on the contract (required).

  • (string) data— The arguments to the contract (required).

Options

  • -x,--expiration TEXT — Set the time (in seconds) before a transaction expires, defaults to 30 s.

  • -f,--force-unique — Force the transaction to be unique. This will consume extra bandwidth and remove any protections against accidently issuing the same transaction multiple times.

  • -s,--skip-sign — Specify if unlocked wallet keys should be used to sign transaction.

  • -j,--json — Print result as JSON.

  • -d,--dont-broadcast — Do not broadcast transaction to the network (just print to stdout).

  • --return-packed — Used in conjunction with --dont-broadcast to get the packed transaction.

  • -r,--ref-block TEXT — Set the reference block num or block id used for TAPOS (Transaction as Proof-of-Stake).

  • -p,--permission TEXT — An account and permission level to authorize, as in 'account@permission'.

  • --max-cpu-usage-ms UINT — Set an upper limit on the milliseconds of CPU usage budget, for the execution of the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit).

  • --max-net-usage UINT — Set an upper limit on the net usage budget (in bytes) for the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit).

  • --max-ram-usage UINT — Set an upper limit on the ram usage budget (in bytes) for the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit).

  • --max-storage-usage — Set an upper limit on the storage usage budget, (in bytes) for the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit).

  • --delay-sec UINT — Set the delay_sec seconds, defaults to 0 s.

  • --bandwidth-provider TEXT — Set an account which provide own bandwidth for transaction.

  • --dont-declare-names — Do not add declarenames action for resolved account names.

Command

$ cleos push [OPTIONS] <account> <action> <data>

Push Transaction

Description

Push an arbitrary JSON transaction.

Positional Parameters

  • (string) transaction— The JSON string or filename defining the transaction to push (required).

Options

  • -x,--expiration TEXT — Set the time (in seconds) before a transaction expires, defaults to 30 s.

  • -f,--force-unique — Force the transaction to be unique. This will consume extra bandwidth and remove any protections against accidently issuing the same transaction multiple times.

  • -s,--skip-sign — Specify if unlocked wallet keys should be used to sign transaction.

  • -j,--json — Print result as JSON.

  • -d,--dont-broadcast — Do not broadcast transaction to the network (just print to stdout).

  • --return-packed — Used in conjunction with --dont-broadcast to get the packed transaction.

  • -r,--ref-block TEXT — Set the reference block num or block id used for TAPOS (Transaction as Proof-of-Stake).

  • -p,--permission TEXT — An account and permission level to authorize, as in 'account@permission'.

  • --max-cpu-usage-ms UINT — Set an upper limit on the milliseconds of CPU usage budget, for the execution of the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit).

  • --max-net-usage UINT — Set an upper limit on the net usage budget (in bytes) for the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit).

  • --max-ram-usage UINT — Set an upper limit on the ram usage budget (in bytes) for the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit).

  • --max-storage-usage — Set an upper limit on the storage usage budget, (in bytes) for the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit).

  • --delay-sec UINT — Set the delay_sec seconds, defaults to 0 s.

  • --bandwidth-provider TEXT — Set an account which provide own bandwidth for transaction.

  • --dont-declare-names — Do not add declarenames action for resolved account names.

Command

$ cleos push transaction [OPTIONS] <transaction>

Push Transactions

Description

Push an array of arbitrary JSON transactions.

Positional Parameters

  • (string) transaction— The JSON string or filename defining the array of the transactions to push (required).

Options

No options required fot this subcommand.

Command

Pushes an array of arbitrary JSON transactions.

$ cleos push transactions {<transaction1>...<transactionN>}