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I'm trying to add verifyTransactionBytes to my app. I am currently stuck because of transaction.recipient !== data.recipient. I don't understand how transaction.recipient will ever equal data.recipient.

data.recipient equals ARDOR-64L4-C4H9-Z9PU-9YKDT

However, transaction.recipient equals 12686039152117651770352583052021228896653772998482022211948610002430512793010043372255281183988421160450227631016638876582933743874739812608892576232835541561180017189881475915550182092483428449468438018195304514943626747005224233901130236596723251118266281272406204049816147466250586545776300564249483796886483621200942491492199171631589798205980673

This doesn't really surprise me, because I don't see how an ARDOR address gets generated from transaction.recipient = String(helpers.byteArrayToBigInteger(byteArray, pos));

Which looks like it should return a number, not a string. What am I missing

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You need to either convert data.recipient from RS format to numeric format or convert transaction.recipient from numeric format to RS format using NRS.convertNumericToRSAccountFormat(id)

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    So transaction.recipient should be the numeric format of the recipient addresses?
    – MrV
    Oct 6, 2018 at 19:46
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    Right, you can convert the public key to numeric account then convert it to RS format using NRS.convertNumericToRSAccountFormat(id)
    – lyaffe
    Oct 6, 2018 at 20:42
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    I found my error. My byteArrayToBigInteger function was incorrect. Your answer helped me though, as I new what outcome I should expect with the numeric address. Thank you!
    – MrV
    Oct 6, 2018 at 21:36

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