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How to construct payment transactions with a specified path manually?


Graine
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I have been trying to create a payment that takes a specified path, albeit unsuccessfully. Being a mentally technically-challenged person, all attempt at issuing RippledApi calls resulted either into 'ripplelib can't be found', 'syntax error' or 'unexpected object'. The only thing that actually executed error-free was the 'get account' test thing from RippleApi Beginner's guide. Regretfully, that does not aid my endeavour.

So, is there any template that I could copy-paste and it will work? I.e. so the only thing I would need to customize is Sender/recipient, currency/issuer and path?

Ripplerm's wallet has raw_txn feature, but it doesn't have an option to specify the path. 
 

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Flags: 2147680256

TransactionType: "Payment"

Destination: "wallet2"

 Amount: Object

value: "0.01"

currency: "LTC"

issuer: "rNPRNzBB92BVpAhhZr4iXDTveCgV5Pofm9"

Account: "wallet1"

Sequence: 14

Fee: "12"

 SendMax: Object

value: "0.01"

currency: "LTC"

issuer: "gateway1"

 

Thanks!

 

 

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9 minutes ago, tulo said:

You can use ripple-lib to do that. You can manually add a path field in the Payment transaction.

There are lots of topics on the official forum on that, with limitations and bugs.

I have read a topic where you and JoelKatz discuss the similar thing. 
The problem is, I keep having errors when trying to touch ripple-lib. Thought someone might have a template or two I could paste into websocket tool, or something. 

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28 minutes ago, Graine said:

I have read a topic where you and JoelKatz discuss the similar thing. 
The problem is, I keep having errors when trying to touch ripple-lib. Thought someone might have a template or two I could paste into websocket tool, or something. 

Which error? I think the first step is to be able to use ripple-lib. You should try the boilerplate in the documentation, then you try a standard payment, then you add a path.

I doubt you can do that with the websocket tool, but maybe you can.

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