getConfirmedSignaturesForAddress2

Returns confirmed signatures for transactions involving the given address.

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This method is deprecated and will not be supported in future versions. For a similar method, you can use solana's getSignaturesForAddress RPC method.

Parameters

  • acc_add: The account address as a base-58 encoded string.
  • object: The configuration object with the following fields:
    • limit: The maximum number of transaction signatures to return. The valid range is between 1 and 1,000. Default is 1000.
    • before: A base58-encoded transaction signature. If provided, the method will only return signatures that occurred before the specified transaction.
    • until: A base58-encoded transaction signature. If provided, the method will only return signatures that occurred at or before the specified transaction.
    • commitment: The level of commitment required for the query. Options include:
      • finalized: The node will query the most recent block confirmed by the supermajority of the cluster as having reached maximum lockout, meaning the cluster has recognized this block as finalized.
      • confirmed: The node will query the most recent block that has been voted on by the supermajority of the cluster.
    • Returns

Returns

  • result: An array of transaction signature information, ordered from newest to oldest transaction:
    • blockTime: The estimated production time, as Unix timestamp (seconds since the Unix epoch) of when the transaction was processed. It's null if not available.
    • confirmationStatus: The transaction's cluster confirmation status. It can either be processed, confirmed, or finalized.
    • err: Error code if the transaction failed or null if the transaction succeeds.
    • memo: The memo associated with the transaction and null if no memo is present.
    • signature: The base58-encoded signature of the transaction.
    • slot: The slot number in which the transaction was confirmed.
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