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There is a variant of viewing the transaction history at a certain address: http://ripplerm.github.io/ripple-wallet/ Dont forget to switch the network to the test in the upper left corner. Good luck =)


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The documentation does assume you will run a local server. But anyone can build a gateway, with or without the server. To operate a gateway, you really only need to be able to process transactions just like a client does. When a transaction happens you need to know. When you need to perform a transaction, you need to perform it. Probably the easiest way to ...


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You can put the following in your rippled.cfg file: [rpc_startup] { "command" : "log_level", "severity" : "error" }


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For a program (a client, a charting site, a simple order book display, etc) to efficiently track changes it can subscribe to a stream of transactions related to just what it's interested in, a set of accounts, a set of order books, etc. Alternatively a system can subscribe to all transactions or fetch individual closed ledgers and their associated ...


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Yes, there's a nice script written by you. https://github.com/stevenzeiler/ripple-wallet


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One option would be to ask multiple servers: that way you can as sure as you want that. Or you could just run a server—it’s quite simple—and point the wallet to it since, presumably, you wouldn’t lie to yourself.


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I don't know if this issue still a problem? But Sending the amount property as a string worked for me.


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Ripple won't search for paths while processing transactions. The paths must be found first, using pathfinding, and specified in the transaction. You're getting a path dry error because you're not specifying any paths, so the only path you're getting is the default path. A simple solution is to change the issuer of the SendMax amount to be the gateway. This ...


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I'm assuming you're only trying to accept incoming payments. And I'm assuming that each payment refers to a specific transaction that you already know about. So, basically, you just need to tell others how to pay you. You shouldn't need any Ripple-specific information from them. Obviously, you'll need to tell them the Ripple account you want them to make ...


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I will make my answer a little longer than necesary and mention some things you obviously already know in the hopes that the expanded answer will be useful to others as well: The destination tag should be something that allows the receiving account to perform things like implement "for further credit to..." or to determine which invoice (or other event) a ...


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Taking a look at the "How it works" document on their website, the first time they mention the word "Blockchain" is in their "About the company" section in the end of the document. So I would be quite sure that their product has absolutely nothing to do with any kind of blockchain technology.


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You can use chain of promises like this: const RippleAPI = require('ripple-lib').RippleAPI; var test_server = 'wss://s2.ripple.com'; const api = new RippleAPI({ server: test_server // Public rippled server }); api.connect().then(() => { /* begin custom code ------------------------------------ */ const myAddress = '...


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for now there is none... you can only use single destination address


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Bithomp now shows transaction hash (id), in the transaction block. You need to press on the orange i. The problem that is shows only first or last 200 transactions. You can use ripple api, to get the info as well. https://ripple.com/build/data-api-v2/


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I asked this questions sometimes in November 2016, then I was a newbie to ripple and ripple gateway. So I choose to answer this question for the purpose of those who may like face this same challenge in the future if you are creating offers between two none native currencies this is a good sample request. { "method": "submit", "params": [ { "...


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Okay I figured it out: first, I set up a trustline from USER_ADDR to GATEWAY_ADDR for 1000 EUR. I made sure that the qualityIn and qualityOut were set to 0, the default value: var trustline = { "currency": "EUR", "counterparty": GATEWAY_ADDR, "limit": "1000", "ripplingDisabled": true, "frozen": false, "memos": [ { "type": "test2", ...


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I believe that type is a bitfield, defined by the following C++ code: class STPathElement { public: enum Type { typeNone = 0x00, typeAccount = 0x01, // Rippling through an account (vs taking an offer). typeCurrency = 0x10, // Currency follows. typeIssuer = 0x20, // Issuer follows. ...


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