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Get the receipt from a table's transaction.

tableland receipt <txn_hash>

You can use receipt to get a mutating query's transaction information, including if it was executed and the execution details. This is especially useful for errors that occur when a transaction is successful, but the SQL execution was not (syntax error, insufficient permissions, etc.). The global flag for --chain should also be included unless a config file has been created.

<hash>stringThe transaction hash from a table create or write query.


Retrieve data associated with a transaction, including the block number, table ID, and chain ID.

tableland receipt 0x808afd525b8bac7d7d74ba9e0b214984e6862cf83e3b42cb181f8f415be57c9e --chain polygon-amoy


"tableId": "151",
"tableIds": ["151"],
"transactionHash": "0x808afd525b8bac7d7d74ba9e0b214984e6862cf83e3b42cb181f8f415be57c9e",
"blockNumber": 6765201,
"chainId": 80002

If some transaction has a problem and didn't mutate the database, this information will also be described in the error field:

tableland receipt 0xa7f946bddeda6f70171a7b8850e9ccbd7a7c5b027a05652479bc3b8b2ae86c61 --chain polygon-amoy


"transactionHash": "0xa7f946bddeda6f70171a7b8850e9ccbd7a7c5b027a05652479bc3b8b2ae86c61",
"blockNumber": 6765236,
"chainId": 80002,
"error": "db query execution failed (code: SQLITE_UNIQUE constraint failed:, msg: UNIQUE constraint failed:"