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I am testing my contract, which is for an auction. I've deployed it on the Rinkeby testnet. I have a payable function that calls revert() if the bid being placed isn't higher than the existing bid.

To test this functionality, I placed a bid that was too low. I believe the contract did execute the revert() because after the transaction, my balance has only decreased by the gas.

However, when I view the transaction on Etherscan, it says

Contract execution completed.

This seems misleading. My balance has not decreased, and the ETH are still in my test account. But on Etherscan I can see an outgoing transaction for the invalid bid amount.

My only theory for this is that Etherscan doesn't know what happened because I have not uploaded my solidity source code. Does anyone else have any theories?

Thanks!

  • Send us the link to the transaction on etherscan, plus possibly the source (or at least the relevant part). – Thomas Jay Rush Aug 10 '17 at 11:08

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