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2_deploy_contracts.js

Replacing 'OraclizeTest'


Error: * Deployment Failed *

"OraclizeTest" -- invalid number value (arg="_amount", coderType="uint256", value={"from":"0xb5Fb3E9BB73e742689F1001C519d6763a39A4Bc5","gas":6721975,"value":1000000000000000000}).

at /root/.nvm/versions/node/v9.11.2/lib/node_modules/truffle/build/webpack:/packages/deployer/src/deployment.js:364:1 at at process._tickCallback (internal/process/next_tick.js:182:7) Truffle v5.1.8 (core: 5.1.8) Node v9.11.2

var OraclizeTest = artifacts.require("./OraclizeTest.sol");

    module.exports = function(deployer, network, accounts) {
      // Deploys the OraclizeTest contract and funds it with 0.5 ETH
      // The contract needs a balance > 0 to communicate with Oraclize
      deployer.deploy(
        OraclizeTest,
        { from: accounts[9], gas:6721975, value: 1000000000000000000 });
    };

-

contract OraclizeTest is usingOraclize {

    using strings for *;        //strings import requirement
   // string public matchId; 
    uint256 public amount; 

//remove url traces
    address public homeBet;  
    address public awayBet;


    //string public ETHUSD;

    event LogInfo(string description);      //getting from update function
//event LogPriceUpdate(string price);     //waiting for price in callback 
    //then calling update function 
    //event LogUpdate(address indexed _owner, uint indexed _balance);     //getting from constructor 

    // Constructor
    function OraclizeTest (uint _amount) public {      //adding args and not matchid
        amount = _amount;        

    //    emit LogUpdate(owner, address(this).balance); //owner was in original

        // Replace the next line with your version:
        OAR = OraclizeAddrResolverI(0x6f485C8BF6fc43eA212E93BBF8ce046C7f1cb475);

        oraclize_setProof(proofType_TLSNotary | proofStorage_IPFS);
        update();
    }
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No no no.

The accepted answer above is incorrect, and the fact that you've accepted it means that not many users will even read your question (let alone try to answer it).

The integer value of 1000000000000000000 is indeed larger than Number.MAX_SAFE_INTEGER, and you should therefore use "1000000000000000000" or "1e18". But that's not what the error message tells you, and the suggested solution will therefore not fix that error.

Look at the error:

invalid number value (arg="_amount", coderType="uint256", value={"from":"0xb5Fb3E9BB73e742689F1001C519d6763a39A4Bc5","gas":6721975,"value":1000000000000000000}).

It tells you very explicitly that the function expects a number value (which you can pass as either a native integer Number, a string representing an integer number, a BigNumber object if you're on web3.js v0.x, or a BN object if you're on web3.js v1.x onward), but has received this instead:

{
    "from":"0xb5Fb3E9BB73e742689F1001C519d6763a39A4Bc5",
    "gas":6721975,
    "value":1000000000000000000
}

Looking at the function that you are trying to call:

function OraclizeTest(uint _amount)

And it indeed expects one input parameter of type uint, which you are no passing to it.

The object which you are passing is an additional parameter which web3.js allows you to pass in order to provide the transaction details. This object must be the last parameter passed to any function, and of course, it is not stated explicitly in the contract function itself (but implicitly via msg).

In short, your call to function OraclizeTest is missing the input parameter _amount.

  • Thank you soo much for the explanation I really needed this. – raghav Jan 13 at 5:57
  • Can you tell me how to call the function ?too thanks – raghav Jan 13 at 5:57
  • @raghav: You're welcome. Did you understand it all? – goodvibration Jan 13 at 5:57
  • @raghav: Well, your question implies that you didn't. Did you at least read the bottom line? – goodvibration Jan 13 at 5:58
  • Actually i understand the fact that i was passing it wrong but now i need to pass the amount from the app.js by taking a user input which i have done but passing it to the constructor is what i am not able to do @goodvibration – raghav Jan 13 at 6:01

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