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I would like to do the equivalent of:

pendingEvent = web3.eth.filter('pending');

but only for a specific contract:

pendingContractEvent = myContractInstance.allEvents('pending');

or more specifically:

pendingContractEvent = myContractInstance.myEvent('pending');

When I do this, I get the event only when the transaction is included in a block (like 'latest').

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  • Hope you solved issue, mark ans as resolved. So that it will help community to find ans very easy. – Jitendra Kumar. Balla Feb 15 '18 at 14:10
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I would like to do the equivalent of:

pendingEvent = web3.eth.filter('pending');

Yes you can do using web3.eth.filter with options. By specifying address in options you can do archive your problem. I am just attaching sample code for ref.

var options = {address: <CONTRACTADDRESS>};
var filter = web3.eth.filter('pending', options);

filter.watch('pending',function (error, log) {
     console.log(log);
  }
});

Click below link for more details.

https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/JavaScript-API

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  • Does not seem to work: I only have 7 tx on my contract and this filter sends me all pending tx. I have web3 version ^0.19.0 – jfjobidon Feb 15 '18 at 17:11
  • If you're not providing contract I'd then you will get all pending trans – Jitendra Kumar. Balla Feb 15 '18 at 17:15

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