peer chaincode

The peer chaincode command allows administrators to perform chaincode related operations on a peer, such as installing, instantiating, invoking, packaging, querying, and upgrading chaincode.

Syntax

The peer chaincode command has the following subcommands:

  • install
  • instantiate
  • invoke
  • list
  • package
  • query
  • signpackage
  • upgrade

The different subcommand options (install, instantiate…) relate to the different chaincode operations that are relevant to a peer. For example, use the peer chaincode install subcommand option to install a chaincode on a peer, or the peer chaincode query subcommand option to query a chaincode for the current value on a peer’s ledger.

Each peer chaincode subcommand is described together with its options in its own section in this topic.

Flags

Each peer chaincode subcommand has both a set of flags specific to an individual subcommand, as well as a set of global flags that relate to all peer chaincode subcommands. Not all subcommands would use these flags. For instance, the query subcommand does not need the --orderer flag.

The individual flags are described with the relevant subcommand. The global flags are

  • --cafile <string>

    Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint

  • --certfile <string>

    Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint

  • --keyfile <string>

    Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint

  • -o or --orderer <string>

    Ordering service endpoint specified as <hostname or IP address>:<port>

  • --ordererTLSHostnameOverride <string>

    The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer

  • --tls

    Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint

  • --transient <string>

    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

peer chaincode install

Package the specified chaincode into a deployment spec and save it on the peer's path.

Usage:
  peer chaincode install [flags]

Flags:
      --connectionProfile string       Connection profile that provides the necessary connection information for the network. Note: currently only supported for providing peer connection information
  -c, --ctor string                    Constructor message for the chaincode in JSON format (default "{}")
  -h, --help                           help for install
  -l, --lang string                    Language the chaincode is written in (default "golang")
  -n, --name string                    Name of the chaincode
  -p, --path string                    Path to chaincode
      --peerAddresses stringArray      The addresses of the peers to connect to
      --tlsRootCertFiles stringArray   If TLS is enabled, the paths to the TLS root cert files of the peers to connect to. The order and number of certs specified should match the --peerAddresses flag
  -v, --version string                 Version of the chaincode specified in install/instantiate/upgrade commands

Global Flags:
      --cafile string                       Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint
      --certfile string                     Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
      --clientauth                          Use mutual TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --connTimeout duration                Timeout for client to connect (default 3s)
      --keyfile string                      Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
  -o, --orderer string                      Ordering service endpoint
      --ordererTLSHostnameOverride string   The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer.
      --tls                                 Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --transient string                    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

peer chaincode instantiate

Deploy the specified chaincode to the network.

Usage:
  peer chaincode instantiate [flags]

Flags:
  -C, --channelID string               The channel on which this command should be executed
      --collections-config string      The fully qualified path to the collection JSON file including the file name
      --connectionProfile string       Connection profile that provides the necessary connection information for the network. Note: currently only supported for providing peer connection information
  -c, --ctor string                    Constructor message for the chaincode in JSON format (default "{}")
  -E, --escc string                    The name of the endorsement system chaincode to be used for this chaincode
  -h, --help                           help for instantiate
  -l, --lang string                    Language the chaincode is written in (default "golang")
  -n, --name string                    Name of the chaincode
      --peerAddresses stringArray      The addresses of the peers to connect to
  -P, --policy string                  The endorsement policy associated to this chaincode
      --tlsRootCertFiles stringArray   If TLS is enabled, the paths to the TLS root cert files of the peers to connect to. The order and number of certs specified should match the --peerAddresses flag
  -v, --version string                 Version of the chaincode specified in install/instantiate/upgrade commands
  -V, --vscc string                    The name of the verification system chaincode to be used for this chaincode

Global Flags:
      --cafile string                       Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint
      --certfile string                     Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
      --clientauth                          Use mutual TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --connTimeout duration                Timeout for client to connect (default 3s)
      --keyfile string                      Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
  -o, --orderer string                      Ordering service endpoint
      --ordererTLSHostnameOverride string   The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer.
      --tls                                 Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --transient string                    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

peer chaincode invoke

Invoke the specified chaincode. It will try to commit the endorsed transaction to the network.

Usage:
  peer chaincode invoke [flags]

Flags:
  -C, --channelID string               The channel on which this command should be executed
      --connectionProfile string       Connection profile that provides the necessary connection information for the network. Note: currently only supported for providing peer connection information
  -c, --ctor string                    Constructor message for the chaincode in JSON format (default "{}")
  -h, --help                           help for invoke
  -n, --name string                    Name of the chaincode
      --peerAddresses stringArray      The addresses of the peers to connect to
      --tlsRootCertFiles stringArray   If TLS is enabled, the paths to the TLS root cert files of the peers to connect to. The order and number of certs specified should match the --peerAddresses flag
      --waitForEvent                   Whether to wait for the event from each peer's deliver filtered service signifying that the 'invoke' transaction has been committed successfully
      --waitForEventTimeout duration   Time to wait for the event from each peer's deliver filtered service signifying that the 'invoke' transaction has been committed successfully (default 30s)

Global Flags:
      --cafile string                       Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint
      --certfile string                     Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
      --clientauth                          Use mutual TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --connTimeout duration                Timeout for client to connect (default 3s)
      --keyfile string                      Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
  -o, --orderer string                      Ordering service endpoint
      --ordererTLSHostnameOverride string   The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer.
      --tls                                 Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --transient string                    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

peer chaincode list

Get the instantiated chaincodes in the channel if specify channel, or get installed chaincodes on the peer

Usage:
  peer chaincode list [flags]

Flags:
  -C, --channelID string               The channel on which this command should be executed
      --connectionProfile string       Connection profile that provides the necessary connection information for the network. Note: currently only supported for providing peer connection information
  -h, --help                           help for list
      --installed                      Get the installed chaincodes on a peer
      --instantiated                   Get the instantiated chaincodes on a channel
      --peerAddresses stringArray      The addresses of the peers to connect to
      --tlsRootCertFiles stringArray   If TLS is enabled, the paths to the TLS root cert files of the peers to connect to. The order and number of certs specified should match the --peerAddresses flag

Global Flags:
      --cafile string                       Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint
      --certfile string                     Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
      --clientauth                          Use mutual TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --connTimeout duration                Timeout for client to connect (default 3s)
      --keyfile string                      Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
  -o, --orderer string                      Ordering service endpoint
      --ordererTLSHostnameOverride string   The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer.
      --tls                                 Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --transient string                    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

peer chaincode package

Package the specified chaincode into a deployment spec.

Usage:
  peer chaincode package [flags]

Flags:
  -s, --cc-package                  create CC deployment spec for owner endorsements instead of raw CC deployment spec
  -c, --ctor string                 Constructor message for the chaincode in JSON format (default "{}")
  -h, --help                        help for package
  -i, --instantiate-policy string   instantiation policy for the chaincode
  -l, --lang string                 Language the chaincode is written in (default "golang")
  -n, --name string                 Name of the chaincode
  -p, --path string                 Path to chaincode
  -S, --sign                        if creating CC deployment spec package for owner endorsements, also sign it with local MSP
  -v, --version string              Version of the chaincode specified in install/instantiate/upgrade commands

Global Flags:
      --cafile string                       Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint
      --certfile string                     Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
      --clientauth                          Use mutual TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --connTimeout duration                Timeout for client to connect (default 3s)
      --keyfile string                      Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
  -o, --orderer string                      Ordering service endpoint
      --ordererTLSHostnameOverride string   The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer.
      --tls                                 Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --transient string                    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

peer chaincode query

Get endorsed result of chaincode function call and print it. It won't generate transaction.

Usage:
  peer chaincode query [flags]

Flags:
  -C, --channelID string               The channel on which this command should be executed
      --connectionProfile string       Connection profile that provides the necessary connection information for the network. Note: currently only supported for providing peer connection information
  -c, --ctor string                    Constructor message for the chaincode in JSON format (default "{}")
  -h, --help                           help for query
  -x, --hex                            If true, output the query value byte array in hexadecimal. Incompatible with --raw
  -n, --name string                    Name of the chaincode
      --peerAddresses stringArray      The addresses of the peers to connect to
  -r, --raw                            If true, output the query value as raw bytes, otherwise format as a printable string
      --tlsRootCertFiles stringArray   If TLS is enabled, the paths to the TLS root cert files of the peers to connect to. The order and number of certs specified should match the --peerAddresses flag

Global Flags:
      --cafile string                       Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint
      --certfile string                     Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
      --clientauth                          Use mutual TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --connTimeout duration                Timeout for client to connect (default 3s)
      --keyfile string                      Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
  -o, --orderer string                      Ordering service endpoint
      --ordererTLSHostnameOverride string   The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer.
      --tls                                 Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --transient string                    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

peer chaincode signpackage

Sign the specified chaincode package

Usage:
  peer chaincode signpackage [flags]

Flags:
  -h, --help   help for signpackage

Global Flags:
      --cafile string                       Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint
      --certfile string                     Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
      --clientauth                          Use mutual TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --connTimeout duration                Timeout for client to connect (default 3s)
      --keyfile string                      Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
  -o, --orderer string                      Ordering service endpoint
      --ordererTLSHostnameOverride string   The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer.
      --tls                                 Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --transient string                    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

peer chaincode upgrade

Upgrade an existing chaincode with the specified one. The new chaincode will immediately replace the existing chaincode upon the transaction committed.

Usage:
  peer chaincode upgrade [flags]

Flags:
  -C, --channelID string               The channel on which this command should be executed
      --collections-config string      The fully qualified path to the collection JSON file including the file name
      --connectionProfile string       Connection profile that provides the necessary connection information for the network. Note: currently only supported for providing peer connection information
  -c, --ctor string                    Constructor message for the chaincode in JSON format (default "{}")
  -E, --escc string                    The name of the endorsement system chaincode to be used for this chaincode
  -h, --help                           help for upgrade
  -l, --lang string                    Language the chaincode is written in (default "golang")
  -n, --name string                    Name of the chaincode
  -p, --path string                    Path to chaincode
      --peerAddresses stringArray      The addresses of the peers to connect to
  -P, --policy string                  The endorsement policy associated to this chaincode
      --tlsRootCertFiles stringArray   If TLS is enabled, the paths to the TLS root cert files of the peers to connect to. The order and number of certs specified should match the --peerAddresses flag
  -v, --version string                 Version of the chaincode specified in install/instantiate/upgrade commands
  -V, --vscc string                    The name of the verification system chaincode to be used for this chaincode

Global Flags:
      --cafile string                       Path to file containing PEM-encoded trusted certificate(s) for the ordering endpoint
      --certfile string                     Path to file containing PEM-encoded X509 public key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
      --clientauth                          Use mutual TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --connTimeout duration                Timeout for client to connect (default 3s)
      --keyfile string                      Path to file containing PEM-encoded private key to use for mutual TLS communication with the orderer endpoint
  -o, --orderer string                      Ordering service endpoint
      --ordererTLSHostnameOverride string   The hostname override to use when validating the TLS connection to the orderer.
      --tls                                 Use TLS when communicating with the orderer endpoint
      --transient string                    Transient map of arguments in JSON encoding

Example Usage

peer chaincode instantiate examples

Here are some examples of the peer chaincode instantiate command, which instantiates the chaincode named mycc at version 1.0 on channel mychannel:

  • Using the --tls and --cafile global flags to instantiate the chaincode in a network with TLS enabled:

    export ORDERER_CA=/opt/gopath/src/github.com/hyperledger/fabric/peer/crypto/ordererOrganizations/example.com/orderers/orderer.example.com/msp/tlscacerts/tlsca.example.com-cert.pem
    peer chaincode instantiate -o orderer.example.com:7050 --tls --cafile $ORDERER_CA -C mychannel -n mycc -v 1.0 -c '{"Args":["init","a","100","b","200"]}' -P "AND ('Org1MSP.peer','Org2MSP.peer')"
    
    2018-02-22 16:33:53.324 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 001 Using default escc
    2018-02-22 16:33:53.324 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 002 Using default vscc
    2018-02-22 16:34:08.698 UTC [main] main -> INFO 003 Exiting.....
    
  • Using only the command-specific options to instantiate the chaincode in a network with TLS disabled:

    peer chaincode instantiate -o orderer.example.com:7050 -C mychannel -n mycc -v 1.0 -c '{"Args":["init","a","100","b","200"]}' -P "AND ('Org1MSP.peer','Org2MSP.peer')"
    
    
    2018-02-22 16:34:09.324 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 001 Using default escc
    2018-02-22 16:34:09.324 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 002 Using default vscc
    2018-02-22 16:34:24.698 UTC [main] main -> INFO 003 Exiting.....
    

peer chaincode invoke example

Here is an example of the peer chaincode invoke command:

  • Invoke the chaincode named mycc at version 1.0 on channel mychannel on peer0.org1.example.com:7051 and peer0.org2.example.com:9051 (the peers defined by --peerAddresses), requesting to move 10 units from variable a to variable b:

    peer chaincode invoke -o orderer.example.com:7050 -C mychannel -n mycc --peerAddresses peer0.org1.example.com:7051 --peerAddresses peer0.org2.example.com:9051 -c '{"Args":["invoke","a","b","10"]}'
    
    2018-02-22 16:34:27.069 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 001 Using default escc
    2018-02-22 16:34:27.069 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 002 Using default vscc
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    2018-02-22 16:34:27.106 UTC [chaincodeCmd] chaincodeInvokeOrQuery -> DEBU 00a ESCC invoke result: version:1 response:<status:200 message:"OK" > payload:"\n \237mM\376? [\214\002 \332\204\035\275q\227\2132A\n\204&\2106\037W|\346#\3413\274\022Y\nE\022\024\n\004lscc\022\014\n\n\n\004mycc\022\002\010\003\022-\n\004mycc\022%\n\007\n\001a\022\002\010\003\n\007\n\001b\022\002\010\003\032\007\n\001a\032\00290\032\010\n\001b\032\003210\032\003\010\310\001\"\013\022\004mycc\032\0031.0" endorsement:<endorser:"\n\007Org1MSP\022\262\006-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----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\nAiAlQffq2JFlbh6OWURGOko6RckizG8oVOldZG/Xj3C8lA==\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----\n" signature:"0D\002 \022_\342\350\344\231G&\237\n\244\375\302J\220l\302\345\210\335D\250y\253P\0214:\221e\332@\002 \000\254\361\224\247\210\214L\277\370\222\213\217\301\r\341v\227\265\277\336\256^\217\336\005y*\321\023\025\367" >
    2018-02-22 16:34:27.107 UTC [chaincodeCmd] chaincodeInvokeOrQuery -> INFO 00b Chaincode invoke successful. result: status:200
    2018-02-22 16:34:27.107 UTC [main] main -> INFO 00c Exiting.....
    

    Here you can see that the invoke was submitted successfully based on the log message:

    2018-02-22 16:34:27.107 UTC [chaincodeCmd] chaincodeInvokeOrQuery -> INFO 00b Chaincode invoke successful. result: status:200
    

    A successful response indicates that the transaction was submitted for ordering successfully. The transaction will then be added to a block and, finally, validated or invalidated by each peer on the channel.

peer chaincode list example

Here are some examples of the peer chaincode list command:

  • Using the --installed flag to list the chaincodes installed on a peer.

    peer chaincode list --installed
    
    Get installed chaincodes on peer:
    Name: mycc, Version: 1.0, Path: github.com/hyperledger/fabric/examples/chaincode/go/chaincode_example02, Id: 8cc2730fdafd0b28ef734eac12b29df5fc98ad98bdb1b7e0ef96265c3d893d61
    2018-02-22 17:07:13.476 UTC [main] main -> INFO 001 Exiting.....
    

    You can see that the peer has installed a chaincode called mycc which is at version 1.0.

  • Using the --instantiated in combination with the -C (channel ID) flag to list the chaincodes instantiated on a channel.

    peer chaincode list --instantiated -C mychannel
    
    Get instantiated chaincodes on channel mychannel:
    Name: mycc, Version: 1.0, Path: github.com/hyperledger/fabric/examples/chaincode/go/chaincode_example02, Escc: escc, Vscc: vscc
    2018-02-22 17:07:42.969 UTC [main] main -> INFO 001 Exiting.....
    

    You can see that chaincode mycc at version 1.0 is instantiated on channel mychannel.

peer chaincode package example

Here is an example of the peer chaincode package command, which packages the chaincode named mycc at version 1.1, creates the chaincode deployment spec, signs the package using the local MSP, and outputs it as ccpack.out:

  peer chaincode package ccpack.out -n mycc -p github.com/hyperledger/fabric/examples/chaincode/go/chaincode_example02 -v 1.1 -s -S
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  2018-02-22 17:27:01.404 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 003 Using default escc
  2018-02-22 17:27:01.405 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 004 Using default vscc
  .
  .
  .
  2018-02-22 17:27:01.879 UTC [chaincodeCmd] chaincodePackage -> DEBU 011 Packaged chaincode into deployment spec of size <3426>, with args = [ccpack.out]
  2018-02-22 17:27:01.879 UTC [main] main -> INFO 012 Exiting.....

peer chaincode query example

Here is an example of the peer chaincode query command, which queries the peer ledger for the chaincode named mycc at version 1.0 for the value of variable a:

  • You can see from the output that variable a had a value of 90 at the time of the query.

    peer chaincode query -C mychannel -n mycc -c '{"Args":["query","a"]}'
    
    2018-02-22 16:34:30.816 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 001 Using default escc
    2018-02-22 16:34:30.816 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 002 Using default vscc
    Query Result: 90
    

peer chaincode signpackage example

Here is an example of the peer chaincode signpackage command, which accepts an existing signed package and creates a new one with signature of the local MSP appended to it.

peer chaincode signpackage ccwith1sig.pak ccwith2sig.pak
Wrote signed package to ccwith2sig.pak successfully
2018-02-24 19:32:47.189 EST [main] main -> INFO 002 Exiting.....

peer chaincode upgrade example

Here is an example of the peer chaincode upgrade command, which upgrades the chaincode named mycc at version 1.0 on channel mychannel to version 1.1, which contains a new variable c:

  • Using the --tls and --cafile global flags to upgrade the chaincode in a network with TLS enabled:

    export ORDERER_CA=/opt/gopath/src/github.com/hyperledger/fabric/peer/crypto/ordererOrganizations/example.com/orderers/orderer.example.com/msp/tlscacerts/tlsca.example.com-cert.pem
    peer chaincode upgrade -o orderer.example.com:7050 --tls --cafile $ORDERER_CA -C mychannel -n mycc -v 1.2 -c '{"Args":["init","a","100","b","200","c","300"]}' -P "AND ('Org1MSP.peer','Org2MSP.peer')"
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    .
    2018-02-22 18:26:31.433 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 003 Using default escc
    2018-02-22 18:26:31.434 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 004 Using default vscc
    2018-02-22 18:26:31.435 UTC [chaincodeCmd] getChaincodeSpec -> DEBU 005 java chaincode enabled
    2018-02-22 18:26:31.435 UTC [chaincodeCmd] upgrade -> DEBU 006 Get upgrade proposal for chaincode <name:"mycc" version:"1.1" >
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    2018-02-22 18:26:46.687 UTC [chaincodeCmd] upgrade -> DEBU 009 endorse upgrade proposal, get response <status:200 message:"OK" payload:"\n\004mycc\022\0031.1\032\004escc\"\004vscc*,\022\014\022\n\010\001\022\002\010\000\022\002\010\001\032\r\022\013\n\007Org1MSP\020\003\032\r\022\013\n\007Org2MSP\020\0032f\n \261g(^v\021\220\240\332\251\014\204V\210P\310o\231\271\036\301\022\032\205fC[|=\215\372\223\022 \311b\025?\323N\343\325\032\005\365\236\001XKj\004E\351\007\247\265fu\305j\367\331\275\253\307R\032 \014H#\014\272!#\345\306s\323\371\350\364\006.\000\356\230\353\270\263\215\217\303\256\220i^\277\305\214: \375\200zY\275\203}\375\244\205\035\340\226]l!uE\334\273\214\214\020\303\3474\360\014\234-\006\315B\031\022\010\022\006\010\001\022\002\010\000\032\r\022\013\n\007Org1MSP\020\001" >
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    2018-02-22 18:26:46.693 UTC [chaincodeCmd] upgrade -> DEBU 00c Get Signed envelope
    2018-02-22 18:26:46.693 UTC [chaincodeCmd] chaincodeUpgrade -> DEBU 00d Send signed envelope to orderer
    2018-02-22 18:26:46.908 UTC [main] main -> INFO 00e Exiting.....
    
  • Using only the command-specific options to upgrade the chaincode in a network with TLS disabled:

    peer chaincode upgrade -o orderer.example.com:7050 -C mychannel -n mycc -v 1.2 -c '{"Args":["init","a","100","b","200","c","300"]}' -P "AND ('Org1MSP.peer','Org2MSP.peer')"
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    2018-02-22 18:28:31.433 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 003 Using default escc
    2018-02-22 18:28:31.434 UTC [chaincodeCmd] checkChaincodeCmdParams -> INFO 004 Using default vscc
    2018-02-22 18:28:31.435 UTC [chaincodeCmd] getChaincodeSpec -> DEBU 005 java chaincode enabled
    2018-02-22 18:28:31.435 UTC [chaincodeCmd] upgrade -> DEBU 006 Get upgrade proposal for chaincode <name:"mycc" version:"1.1" >
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    2018-02-22 18:28:46.687 UTC [chaincodeCmd] upgrade -> DEBU 009 endorse upgrade proposal, get response <status:200 message:"OK" payload:"\n\004mycc\022\0031.1\032\004escc\"\004vscc*,\022\014\022\n\010\001\022\002\010\000\022\002\010\001\032\r\022\013\n\007Org1MSP\020\003\032\r\022\013\n\007Org2MSP\020\0032f\n \261g(^v\021\220\240\332\251\014\204V\210P\310o\231\271\036\301\022\032\205fC[|=\215\372\223\022 \311b\025?\323N\343\325\032\005\365\236\001XKj\004E\351\007\247\265fu\305j\367\331\275\253\307R\032 \014H#\014\272!#\345\306s\323\371\350\364\006.\000\356\230\353\270\263\215\217\303\256\220i^\277\305\214: \375\200zY\275\203}\375\244\205\035\340\226]l!uE\334\273\214\214\020\303\3474\360\014\234-\006\315B\031\022\010\022\006\010\001\022\002\010\000\032\r\022\013\n\007Org1MSP\020\001" >
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    2018-02-22 18:28:46.693 UTC [chaincodeCmd] upgrade -> DEBU 00c Get Signed envelope
    2018-02-22 18:28:46.693 UTC [chaincodeCmd] chaincodeUpgrade -> DEBU 00d Send signed envelope to orderer
    2018-02-22 18:28:46.908 UTC [main] main -> INFO 00e Exiting.....
    

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