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Your code is a good example of sending a public txn that is externally signed, but it is not a private txn, thus the contract is available on all nodes of the chain. Sending a private txn is a bit more complicated and involves an additional set of keys and servers -- these belong to Private Transaction Manager (Tessera) on your network. We do have a set of ...


Go to the loadbalancer --> Inbound NAT Rules and add a New rule pointing to your VM and teh port as 8545


Adding to the answer by @fixanoid, I got the following reply from the Azure blockchain service team "Currently we don’t support sending signed private transactions as we have not exposed tessera port for sending private transaction so web3.sendRawPrivateTransaction will not work. To send private transaction you have to use web3 sendTransaction function not ...


If you are developing, then a single node is enough to get you going. A proper Quorum chain should consist of 3, or 5, or 7 nodes to start with depending on the fault tolerance you would like. Our own example spawns 7 node chain for you to use and it is pre-configured for local or docker deployment. Get it here:

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