applyaction handler. The
applyaction handler is a function that listens to all incoming actions and performs the desired behavior. In order to respond to a particular action, code is required to identify and respond to specific action requests.
actioninput parameters as filters to map to the desired functions that implement particular actions. To simplify the work for contract developers, EOSIO provides the EOSIO_DISPATCH macro, which encapsulates the lower level action mapping details of the apply function, enabling developers to focus on their application implementation.
active, but can also have custom permissions to further secure communications from an account to contracts. Every permission name has a "parent." Parents possess the authority to change any of the permissions settings for any and all of their children.
active. Every permission name has a "parent." Parents possess the authority to change any of the permission settings for any and all of their children. In addition to the native permissions, an account can possess custom named permissions that are available to further extend account management. Custom permissions are incredibly flexible and address numerous possible use cases when implemented correctly. Given this context permission level is used to identify a specific permission, either active, or owner, or a custom one.
setprivto an EOSIO based blockchain, specifying the account to be set as privileged, and providing the correct permission, or, by using cleos command line utility.
eosiowhich is the main system account.
eosio.wrap(formerly eosio.sudo) contracts.