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Is it possible to fire up event handlers upon transaction creation/confirmation? In this tutorial two event handlers are used on_start() and on_block().

Is it possible to have a finer level of granularity; handlers that manage transaction creation and confirmation?

Following, this this example it also seems possible to execute code outside of the blockchain.

Would it be possible to create a handler that invokes a system call upon transaction confirmation?

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As far as I know you only have the two hooks you mention above: on_start() and on_block(), beyond that you'll need to experiment with what's possible. There's very little documentation on the User Service functionality, but all the source is there to learn from.

  • I only need to check whether a contract executed or not. I'm not sure how much I can do from those hooks – Sebi Jun 10 '16 at 17:49
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    You can check if a contracted executed by looking up the receipt hash it'll return. You don't need the user service for that – dbryson Jun 10 '16 at 18:42
  • Ok, I'll read up on that. My end goal is to be able to launch a syscall depending of the outcome of a transaction. – Sebi Jun 10 '16 at 19:27

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