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Grant Requesting MultiChain Node Permission to join a MultiChain Network

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Grant Requesting MultiChain Node Permission to join a MultiChain Network

04/23/2019

Use a MultiChain dashboard to review and accept join requests for a MultiChain network.

You will learn

  • How to access your node dashboard
  • How to grant a MultiChain node permissions from the dashboard

To complete this tutorial you need access to a second trial account on SAP Cloud Platform. This enables you to control both the join request to the MultiChain network, as completed in Join a MultiChain Network and then the subsequent granting of permissions featured in this tutorial.


Step 1: Open the MultiChain service dashboard

Once on the SAP Cloud Platform Service Marketplace, locate and open the MultiChain service by clicking the relevant service tile.

Image depicting SAP Cloud Platform marketplace

Once in the MultiChain service, you will see a service description and the available plans. In this tutorial you will create a trial node. This allows you to provision a single testing node for a 14 day period. These 14 days run concurrently with your 30-day global account trial on SAP Cloud Platform, rather than activating an extension or superseding your global account trial terms.

Click the Instances tab on the side menu, opening an overview of available MultiChain instances in your subaccount.

Image depicting MultiChain Service dashboard

Click the Dashboard icon of your Multichain instance, opening your node dashboard.

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Step 2: Grant permissions from your dashboard

In this step, you are granting the requesting node permissions to join the network.

Click on Permissions and enter the Handshake Address supplied by the node requesting access into Grant Address field.

Image depicting MultiChain node provisioned

Select the Access Rights the node should hold.

Further information about access rights options can be found here: Specify MultiChain Service Instance Parameters

Click Grant.

The access rights are granted to the requesting node. The node is displayed as a Peer on the node dashboard.

Image depicting MultiChain node provisioned
How is the MultiChain address called to be supplied by the requesting node?
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Next Steps

Prerequisites

  • The Handshake Address of the MultiChain node requesting access to join the MultiChain network.
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