corda / net.corda.core.transactions / NotaryChangeLedgerTransaction

NotaryChangeLedgerTransaction

class NotaryChangeLedgerTransaction : FullTransaction, TransactionWithSignatures

A notary change transaction with fully resolved inputs and signatures. In contrast with a regular transaction, signatures are checked against the signers specified by input states' participants fields, so full resolution is needed for signature verification.

Constructors

<init>

NotaryChangeLedgerTransaction(inputs: List<StateAndRef<ContractState>>, notary: Party, newNotary: Party, id: SecureHash, sigs: List<TransactionSignature>)

Properties

id

val id: SecureHash

inputs

val inputs: List<StateAndRef<ContractState>>

The inputs of this transaction. Note that in BaseTransaction subclasses the type of this list may change!

networkParameters

val networkParameters: NetworkParameters?

Network parameters that were in force when this transaction was created. Resolved from the hash of network parameters on the corresponding wire transaction.

newNotary

val newNotary: Party

notary

val notary: Party

If present, the notary for this transaction. If absent then the transaction is not notarised at all. This is intended for issuance/genesis transactions that don't consume any other states and thus can't double spend anything.

outputs

val outputs: List<TransactionState<ContractState>>

We compute the outputs on demand by applying the notary field modification to the inputs.

references

val references: List<StateAndRef<ContractState>>

A list of reusable reference data states which can be referred to by other contracts in this transaction.

requiredSigningKeys

val requiredSigningKeys: Set<PublicKey>

Specifies all the public keys that require signatures for the transaction to be valid.

sigs

val sigs: List<TransactionSignature>

List of signatures on this transaction.

Functions

component1

operator fun component1(): List<StateAndRef<ContractState>>

component2

operator fun component2(): Party

component3

operator fun component3(): Party

component4

operator fun component4(): SecureHash

component5

operator fun component5(): List<TransactionSignature>

component6

operator fun component6(): NetworkParameters?

copy

fun copy(inputs: List<StateAndRef<ContractState>> = this.inputs, notary: Party = this.notary, newNotary: Party = this.newNotary, id: SecureHash = this.id, sigs: List<TransactionSignature> = this.sigs): NotaryChangeLedgerTransaction

equals

fun equals(other: Any?): Boolean

getKeyDescriptions

fun getKeyDescriptions(keys: Set<PublicKey>): List<String>

Get a human readable description of where signatures are required from, and are missing, to assist in debugging the underlying cause.

hashCode

fun hashCode(): Int

toString

fun toString(): String

Inherited Functions

checkBaseInvariants

open fun checkBaseInvariants(): Unit

checkNotaryWhitelisted

fun checkNotaryWhitelisted(): Unit

Make sure the assigned notary is part of the network parameter whitelist.

checkSignaturesAreValid

open fun checkSignaturesAreValid(): Unit

Mathematically validates the signatures that are present on this transaction. This does not imply that the signatures are by the right keys, or that there are sufficient signatures, just that they aren't corrupt. If you use this function directly you'll need to do the other checks yourself. Probably you want verifyRequiredSignatures instead.

getMissingSigners

open fun getMissingSigners(): Set<PublicKey>

Return the PublicKeys for which we still need signatures.

verifyRequiredSignatures

open fun verifyRequiredSignatures(): Unit

Verifies the signatures on this transaction and throws if any are missing. In this context, "verifying" means checking they are valid signatures and that their public keys are in the requiredSigningKeys set.

verifySignaturesExcept

open fun verifySignaturesExcept(vararg allowedToBeMissing: PublicKey): Unit
open fun verifySignaturesExcept(allowedToBeMissing: Collection<PublicKey>): Unit

Verifies the signatures on this transaction and throws if any are missing which aren't passed as parameters. In this context, "verifying" means checking they are valid signatures and that their public keys are in the requiredSigningKeys set.

Extension Functions

contextLogger

fun Any.contextLogger(): Logger

When called from a companion object, returns the logger for the enclosing class.