Explanations for beginners: account list command shows lock_arg value (0x47d2d74c96ea6aa9205e68cd75597a02ac4b072f) for each accounts and when you get details of the transaction by rpc get_transaction --hash 0xe8bbfccd5126fefb963fbafbf68492dcbfacbdf1362ad452f47968a12b6d03d8 (for example),
I am at Introduction to Lumos
But looks like I didn’t understand what is PRIVATE KEY and where to get it. I thought that’s lock_arg
In Lab Exercise Setup is written, need to complete the setup instruction from the URL below for the sections “Setup a Dummy-Worker Blockchain” and “Adding the Genesis Issued Cells” Adding the Genesis Issued Cells wasn’t clear for me. But one guy from telegram prompted me that need to use this command to export extended private key: account export --lock-arg *********** --extended-privkey-path
I got 2 lines in file:
My problems started when I missed the section with Genesis Issued Cells and then created new accounts, but I didn’t understand where to get PRIVATE KEYs for that accounts. I think, would be better if you add some information about PRIVATE KEYs.
Also, for me wasn’t clear about lock_arg and lock: args:. I was confused there too.
Maybe, I am too newbie and it’s feeling that the Course was written by professionals, that understand all basics. It’s normal, but maybe my strange questions will help to improve something.
Yes, but that info returned me to the section about import/export keys. It’s funny. So, the puzzle is combining more clear for me.
To be honest, my journey with this Course started from Golang SDK, but their developers didn’t add even any line of comments so I started to look for additional information. As I’ve read in the Course, the lifecycle of transactions is similar in every framework/SDK, so I hope to transfer my understanding of the Course (JS) to Golang. Maybe, you can answer Golang SDK questions too?
Yes, they do help us to understand what is confusing so we can continue to improve it for everyone.
Unfortunately, I do not use Golang. If you have a question about the Golang SDK specifically, then the best place to ask that I can recommend is in the Nervos Discord #dev-chat channel or the Telegram Nervos Network / CKB Dev channel.