First some explanation
I have made 2 raw transactions via Electrum using my Nano S Ledger as seed and exported them to .txn files.
let rawTx1 = "02000000000101bf00f7aca2e0d393ad0a762224ad4cd5a10d9950804fbc5a22fe970918301179000000001716001400ce8131595e014b45ec6ca49495d547ab8bd872fdffffff02a08601000000000017a91457fd0d41e459a4227b8932327786cf512d99399987bc72ca..."; let rawTx2 = "02000000000101bf00f7aca2e0d393ad0a762224ad4cd5a10d9950804fbc5a22fe970918301179000000001716001400ce8131595e014b45ec6ca49495d547ab8bd872fdffffff02a08601000000000017a914a66dff1bf27dd1a5944b5bc9ff2b0f410efb64cd87bc72ca...";
Then I turned them into UTXO objects using the splitTransaction() function:
const UTXO1 = await btc.splitTransaction(rawTx1, true); const UTXO2 = await btc.splitTransaction(rawTx2, true);
Next, I get the Wallet public keys I used for these transactions:
const wallet_1 = await btc.getWalletPublicKey("m/49'/1'/1'", false, true); const wallet_2 = await btc.getWalletPublicKey("m/49'/1'/2'", false, true);
So transaction 1 was made with wallet 1 and transaction 2 with wallet 2. According to LedgerJS, I have to respect that order when calling the signP2SH() function:
btc.signP2SHTransaction([[UTXO1, 1, wallet_1.publicKey], [UTXO2, 1, wallet_2.publicKey]], ["m/49'/1'/1'", "m/49'/1'/2'"], btc.serializeTransactionOutputs(???).toString('hex') );
[UTXO1, 1, wallet_1.publicKey]
are the Transaction object, output index, and redeem script in that order. And
are the derivation paths of both of my wallets.
My question is about the third line:
I know for a single transaction from a single wallet, I just toss in the UTXO1 in there:
But now that I have multiple UTXO's, I don't know what to fill in there anymore. Any ideas?
Thanks to @Pierre Pollastri's answer I figured out the hashed script form.
So this code
const outputScript1 = btc.serializeTransactionOutputs(UTXO1).toString('hex') const outputScript2 = btc.serializeTransactionOutputs(UTXO2).toString('hex')
produces the Output script for both UTXO's. Since we are processing two transactions we need to merge these output scripts. These scripts look as follows:
outputScript1 = 02404b4c000000000017a914c436f95c2ab5062dbc884a7c76ac805b58c00fe5879eaa7f000000000017a914429b7a8975c97dad6f90604faf732d9c7045279a87 outputScript2 = 02404b4c000000000017a914c436f95c2ab5062dbc884a7c76ac805b58c00fe587ee337e000000000017a914284c4c58d659cd485a283b48b4dc79da7571043587
They both start with 02, which indicates that each script handles 2 transactions. So what I did was simply change 02 into 04, remove the 02 from the 2nd script and then concatenate the 2nd script after the 1st script:
finalScript = 04404b4c000000000017a914c436f95c2ab5062dbc884a7c76ac805b58c00fe5879eaa7f000000000017a914429b7a8975c97dad6f90604faf732d9c7045279a87404b4c000000000017a914c436f95c2ab5062dbc884a7c76ac805b58c00fe587ee337e000000000017a914284c4c58d659cd485a283b48b4dc79da7571043587
Then call the function as stated above:
btc.signP2SHTransaction([[UTXO1, 1, wallet_1.publicKey], [UTXO2, 1, wallet_2.publicKey]], ["m/49'/1'/1'", "m/49'/1'/2'"], finalScript );
It worked and I was able to sign the transaction :)