blockchain,dev | 2018-01-16T09:21:58+05:30
Simple Steps To Run Hyperledger Fabric Composer Network With Multiple Organization
Varun Raj / 2018-01-16T09:21:58+05:30
I've created a sample project with the help of composer's multi organization tutorial (https://hyperledger.github.io/composer/tutorials/deploy-to-fabric-multi-org.html) And here I'll be talking about how to use my scripts and the things to be remembered while setting up the composer profiles and network cards.
Setting up the project
As the first step, clone our sample Repo from Github.
git clone https://github.com/skcript/hyperledger-fabric-composer-multiorg-sample
This has everything already setup and you just need to run the below mentioned scripts for getting it up and running.
Script to start the network
Here is the collection scripts that are extracted from the composer's official documentation for running multi organization fabric.
./destroy.sh # This is to remove the docker images. ./stop.sh ./byfn.sh -m generate ./byfn.sh -m up -s couchdb -a ./init.sh
Points To Remember
- Make sure that you've generated your own certificates with
./byfn.sh -m generate
- Replace the certificates path in all the
composer card createsteps of
- Later if you want to create customized domain and organization names edit the docker compose files of byfn
In my future articles, I'll write about how to run it in multiple host machines with corresponding scripts.
Last updated: May 23rd, 2023 at 3:38:44 PM GMT+0
Varun is one of the founders of Hellonext. He has helped companies like Google build large-scale developer communities to build strong developer relationships. He has build over 50 SaaS products in his career.