Accept the originating transaction and commit any changes the hook made.



End the execution of the hook with status: success.

  • Record a return string and return code in transaction metadata.
  • Commit all state changes.
  • Submit all emit() transactions.
  • Allow originating transaction to continue.



If the originating transaction is stopped for some other reason then this accept becomes a rollback. See: Execution Order.


int64_t accept (
    uint32_t read_ptr,
    uint32_t read_len,
    uint64_t error_code


accept("Success", 7, 100);


read_ptruint32_tPointer to a return string to be stored in execution metadata.
This is any string the hook-developer wishes to return with the acceptance. May be null.
read_lenuint32_tThe length of the return string. At most 32. May be null.
error_codeuint64_tA return code specific to this hook to be stored in execution metadata.

Similar to the return code of an application on a *nix system. By convention success is zero.

Return Code

int64_tAccept ends the hook, therefore no value is returned to the caller. By convention all Hook APIs return int64_t, but in this case nothing is returned.