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Searching for Transactions

You can use the sagacli tx command to look for a specific transaction and its associated details.
While we encourage the use of sagacli, you can get a better experience searching for transactions, and viewing other details, using the block explorer.
To use this command:
sagacli tx search <hash of the transaction>
Example:
$ sagacli tx search B20F1BDDDCA619869F385B58977F470179C7C92EC784EE30310E1EAC739C4E90
code: 0
codespace: ""
data: 12310A2F2F7361676178797A2E7370632E636861696E6C65742E4D7367557064617465436861696E6C6574526573706F6E7365
events:
- attributes:
- index: true
key: ZmVl
value: null
- index: true
key: ZmVlX3BheWVy
value: c2FnYTFyZHNzbDIyeXN4eWVuZHJraDJleHc5em03aHZqOGQyanUzNDZnMw==
type: tx
- attributes:
- index: true
key: YWNjX3NlcQ==
value: c2FnYTFyZHNzbDIyeXN4eWVuZHJraDJleHc5em03aHZqOGQyanUzNDZnMy81
type: tx
- attributes:
- index: true
key: c2lnbmF0dXJl
value: MVVsWmZ5THUrODRWNWdQZkR0TXRNczlKVTZIbDVVY003ZjJoVlpPb256SUErb2NETXZIcW9zMU15RituNlpOdXlRZm1JMzYxeWNWY1pXc2VhangxQ3c9PQ==
type: tx
- attributes:
- index: true
key: YWN0aW9u
value: L3NhZ2F4eXouc3BjLmNoYWlubGV0Lk1zZ1VwZGF0ZUNoYWlubGV0
type: message
- attributes:
- index: true
key: Y2hhaW5JZA==
value: ImNhc3Npb3NoYW4i
- index: true
key: c3RhY2tWZXJzaW9u
value: IjIuMCI=
type: sagaxyz.spc.chainlet.EventUpdateChainlet
gas_used: "62507"
gas_wanted: "200000"
height: "2017"
info: ""
logs:
- events:
- attributes:
- key: action
value: /sagaxyz.spc.chainlet.MsgUpdateChainlet
type: message
- attributes:
- key: chainId
value: '"cassioshan"'
- key: stackVersion
value: '"2.0"'
type: sagaxyz.spc.chainlet.EventUpdateChainlet
log: ""
msg_index: 0
raw_log: '[{"msg_index":0,"events":[{"type":"message","attributes":[{"key":"action","value":"/sagaxyz.spc.chainlet.MsgUpdateChainlet"}]},{"type":"sagaxyz.spc.chainlet.EventUpdateChainlet","attributes":[{"key":"chainId","value":"\"cassioshan\""},{"key":"stackVersion","value":"\"2.0\""}]}]}]'
timestamp: "2023-03-26T00:47:54Z"
tx:
'@type': /cosmos.tx.v1beta1.Tx
auth_info:
fee:
amount: []
gas_limit: "200000"
granter: ""
payer: ""
signer_infos:
- mode_info:
single:
mode: SIGN_MODE_DIRECT
public_key:
'@type': /cosmos.crypto.secp256k1.PubKey
key: AwBIByzfDASI/ozaUwg1TM1p50ZfoAIy3gMKrqSey24i
sequence: "5"
tip: null
body:
extension_options: []
memo: ""
messages:
- '@type': /sagaxyz.spc.chainlet.MsgUpdateChainlet
chainId: cassioshan_1679785243507504-1
chainletName: cassioshan
chainletStackName: sagaos
chainletStackVersion: "2.0"
maintainers:
- saga1rdssl22ysxyendrkh2exw9zm7hvj8d2ju346g3
params:
createEmptyBlocks: false
dacEnable: false
denom: ""
gasLimit: "0"
genAcctBalances: ""
sender: saga1rdssl22ysxyendrkh2exw9zm7hvj8d2ju346g3
non_critical_extension_options: []
timeout_height: "0"
signatures:
- 1UlZfyLu+84V5gPfDtMtMs9JU6Hl5UcM7f2hVZOonzIA+ocDMvHqos1MyF+n6ZNuyQfmI361ycVcZWseajx1Cw==
txhash: B20F1BDDDCA619869F385B58977F470179C7C92EC784EE30310E1EAC739C4E90
Looking at the output above, you can get all the relevant details for any given transaction. The very first line of the output indicates the return code, with a value of 0 indicating that the transaction was successful.
For further details on using the tx command, refer to:
sagacli tx --help