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Hi! I recently signed a transaction and I was hoping to get  response in the form of JSON, but instead it returned it in the form of a blob which was the hexadecimal representation of the binary transaction.

I desperately want the transaction to be in JSON format.

Does anyone have any idea how to deal with this?

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5 hours ago, hexripple said:

Hi! I recently signed a transaction and I was hoping to get  response in the form of JSON, but instead it returned it in the form of a blob which was the hexadecimal representation of the binary transaction.

I desperately want the transaction to be in JSON format.

Does anyone have any idea how to deal with this?

You can use the binary codec to decode the blob. 

const binary = require('ripple-binary-codec')

const signedTX = ''

var decoded = (binary.decode(signedTX))

console.log(decoded)

If you just have a one off transaction you want to look at, I made a quick decoder tool for myself at

Padanaram.digital then  click quick tool's then decode tx blob. It's not perfect but works for basic transactions 

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@hexripple @Flintstone

You can decode transaction here:

https://bithomp.com/submit/

it's client side (works offline) and opensourced. 

we have a js lib to decode transaction:

https://github.com/Bithomp/decodeXrplTx

very easy to use

<html>

<head>

<title>Bithomp-decode</title>

</head>

<body>

TX blob: <input id="tx" />

<br><br>

<button id="decode">Decode</button>

<br><br>

<pre id="output"></pre>

<script src="decodeXrplTx.min.js"></script>

<script>

var output = document.getElementById("output");

document.getElementById("decode").onclick = function() {

var tx = document.getElementById("tx").value;

var txJson = decodeXrplTx.decodeTx(tx);

output.innerHTML = JSON.stringify(txJson, null, 2);

}

</script>

</body>

</html>

 

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