getParsedTransaction

Returns the details for a confirmed transaction on the ledger.

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The getParsedTransaction method is only supported with the @solana/web3.js SDK. To use cURL or solana.py, check out the getTransaction method examples where the encoding is set to jsonParsed.

Parameters

  • slot: The slot number of the block to retrieve encoded as a 64-bit unsigned integer (u64).
  • object: The configuration object with the following fields:
    • encoding: The encoding format for account data. It can be jsonParsed or n/a if using JS getParsedTransaction.
    • 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.
      • processed: It is not supported for this method.
    • maxSupportedTransactionVersion: The maximum transaction version to return in responses. If the requested block contains a transaction with a higher version, an error will be returned. If this parameter is omitted, only legacy transactions will be returned, and a block containing any versioned transaction will prompt an error.
    • legacy: The older transaction format with no additional benefit.
    • 0: The additional support for Address Lookup Tables.

Returns

  • result: Null if the specified transaction is not confirmed; otherwise, an object with the following fields:
    • slot: The slot number in which the transaction was processed.
    • parsedTransaction: The parsed transaction object with the following fields:
      • signatures: An array of signatures on the transaction.
      • parsedMessage: The parsed message of the transaction.
      • accountKeys: An array of public keys involved in the transaction.
      • instructions: An array of instructions that were executed in the block's transactions.
      • recentBlockhash: The recent blockhash from the transaction.
      • addressTableLookups: An array of address lookups that were performed during the execution of transactions in the block.
      • blockTime: The estimated production time, as Unix timestamp (seconds since the Unix epoch). It's null if not available.
      • meta: The transaction status metadata object with the following fields:
        • err: Error code if the transaction failed or null if the transaction succeeds.
        • fee: The total fees paid by all transactions in the block encoded as u64 integer.
        • preBalances: An array of lamport balances for each account in the block before the transactions were processed.
        • postBalances: An array of lamport balances for each account in the block after the transactions were processed.
        • parsedInnerInstructions: List of inner instructions or omitted if inner instruction recording was not yet enabled during this transaction.
        • preTokenBalances: An array of token balances for each token account in the block before the transactions were processed (omitted if inner instruction recording is not enabled).
        • postTokenBalances: An array of token balances for each token account in the block after the transactions were processed (omitted if inner instruction recording is not enabled).
        • logMessages: An array of strings containing any log messages generated by the block's transactions (omitted if inner instruction recording is not enabled).
        • rewards: An object containing information about the rewards earned by the block's validators (only present if the rewards are requested). It has the following fields:
          • pubkey: The public key of the account that received the award encoded as base-58 string.
          • lamports: The number of reward lamports credited or debited by the account.
          • postBalance: The account balance in lamports after the reward was applied.
          • rewardType: The type of reward. It could be fee, rent, voting, staking.
          • commission: The vote account commission when the reward was credited, only present for voting and staking rewards.
        • loadedAddresses: The list of loaded addresses objects.
        • readonly: The ordered list of base-58 encoded addresses for readonly loaded accounts.
        • writable: The ordered list of base-58 encoded addresses for writable loaded accounts.
      • version: The transaction version. It's undefined if maxSupportedTransactionVersion is not set in the requested parameters.
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