When the block synchronization time on solidity exceeds the expiration time set by the transaction, the transaction can be considered failed. At this point, you can recreate the new transaction. However, if the transaction is determined to be completed, the transaction can be re-sent under the premise that the transaction hash is completely consistent and the same hash transaction will not take effect twice.
Articles in this section
- How does Solidity Node determine if a block is confirmed?
- Why is there no time field in the transaction record returned by API walletextension/gettransactionstothis?
- If the transaction's txid has not been found, under what circumstances should the transfer be considered failed?
- What does the error TRANSACTION_EXPIRATION_ERROR mean?
- How would I know if the transaction recording process on the Full Node failed?
- How do I determine if the transaction is safe?
- How do I set the reference block?
- What do the parameters of the Transfer Signature mean?
- How do I convert a Tron address to hexString?
- What is the difference between createAddress & generateAddress?