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I'm trying to deploy a smart contract on cardano-cli after its implementation on plutus playground.

Imagine that I have:

data TradeDatum = StartBid | Bid TradeDetails | Offer TradeDetails 
    deriving (Generic, ToJSON, FromJSON)


data TradeDetails = TradeDetails
    { tradeOwner :: !PubKeyHash
    , budId :: !BuiltinByteString
    , requestedAmount :: !Integer
    } deriving (Generic, ToJSON, FromJSON)

How can I write this in an example JSON to submit on cardano-cli? I saw an example with int: 42,

{
  "constructor": 0,
  "fields": {int: 42}
}

but I really don't know.

  1. How can I define the different types?
  2. Inside the tradedetails, how can I define? and for example, how to express the pubkeyhash?

Can you give me an exmaple? There are some tutorials with the types of data that I can write inside the JSON (like int)?

Thanks.

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Have a look at the following source Cardano-Api Haddock. Here you will find all about the conversion between Haskell data types and the Json format the cardano-cli uses.

I noticed that you used the marketplace of SpaceBudz as an example, so lets have a look at the other code in that repository. Notice the line 99.

print $ "Datum value: " <> encode (scriptDataToJson ScriptDataJsonDetailedSchema $ fromPlutusData (Plutus.toData offerDatum))

Here that function prints the offerDatum defined at line 85. You see here how the function from the cardano-api are used and then encoded to convert the datum to a json form? Here the <> symbol just means concatenate the two strings.

For a more detailed explanation of what is going on in this line have a look at the PPP cohort 3 lecture 3 from lars on youtube.

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  • got it. thanks :)
    – pprs
    May 19 at 16:40
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{ "constructor": 0, "fields": {int: 42} }

This isn't valid because fields must be an array. The index of the constructor and fields will match the order of types defined for the validator script. For a Bid you'd use constructor 0 with a single field which is a json representation of TradeDetails (bytestring, bytestring, integer). It is easier and safer to use scriptDataToJson.

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  • got it. thanks :)
    – pprs
    May 19 at 16:40

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