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Version: 17.5.0

Getting the Operation Hash without Injecting

This section serves as a guide to get the operation hash without injecting it into the blockchain.

Getting the Operation Hash

There might come a time when you, the developer, would like to grab the operation hash without injecting it into the blockchain.

To accomplish that, we have a utility function called encodeOpHash() in the @mavrykdynamics/taquito-utils package. This function takes in the signed operation bytes in the form of a string, and outputs the operation hash of said transaction without injecting it.

Usage example

Here is a simple example on getting the operation hash of a transaction (transfer) operation:

// import { TezosToolkit } from '@mavrykdynamics/taquito';
// import { encodeOpHash } from '@mavrykdynamics/taquito-utils';
// import { LocalForger } from '@mavrykdynamics/taquito-local-forging';
// const Tezos = new TezosToolkit('RPC_ENDPOINT');
const preparedTransfer = await Tezos.prepare.transaction({
amount: 1,
to: 'mv1EnD2M4ATv38QrCqx2CbLpC5AKgHqDwdxa'
// convert prepared operation into a forgeable object
const forgeParams = await Tezos.prepare.toForge(preparedTransfer);
// forge the transaction operation
const forger = new LocalForger();
const forgedBytes = await forger.forge(forgeParams);
// sign the transaction operation
const signedBytes = await Tezos.signer.sign(forgedBytes);
// get the operation hash using the encodeOpHash() function
const opHash = encodeOpHash(signedBytes.sbytes, new Uint8Array([3]));

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