I've set up a scheduled (after a specific time) transaction using Parity wallet and the transaction is not showing up in the Transactions view. Just wondering if there is a way to view/cancel/modify scheduled transactions?


Open APPLICATIONS and find the TX QUEUE VIEWER dapp.


It will allow you to review your pending transactions and resubmit (overwrite them).

tx queue

Note, cancelling is a feature only available on the future releases of 1.7.x branch.

If you want to cancel a scheduled transaction with earlier releases, just stop parity and run it without persistent transaction queue:

parity --no-persistent-txqueue

I hope this answers your question.

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    I'm on 1.7 parity and I don't see a way to kill them...where are they stored locally? – rstormsf Aug 15 '17 at 21:47
  • Downvoted as Parity 1.7.x doesn't appear to have a cancel option. Please correct the answer or provide more clear instructions on how to cancel. – Micah Zoltu Aug 17 '17 at 5:49
  • agree..i also don't see this option. downvoted – rstormsf Aug 17 '17 at 21:44
  • How do you run parity on the command line? I have parity installed but i'm getting "bash: parity: command not found" – LampShade Oct 2 '17 at 3:21
  • @LampShade which version? which operating system? how did you install parity? – Afr Oct 4 '17 at 8:19

The option listed above, of restarting without persistent transaction queue still works as of 1.7.6

parity --no-persistent-txqueue

Also, under 'Signer' on the top menu bar, you should be able to view scheduled transactions and edit/cancel them.

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