πŸ’»Module Differentiation using UI

1. Modules differentiation

To compare the modules, click on Compare button in the Modules page as shown below:

Once, compare button is clicked, we need to select the first and second modules to compare:

1.1 Result of comparison:

1.1.1 Params

  1. β€œEvents” – configures how differences in Events impact block comparison logic

    • β€œDon't compare” – event differences do not have effect on the block comparison

    • β€œAll events” – event differences contributed to the decision of block comparison

  2. β€œProperties” – configures how differences in Properties impact block comparison logic

    • β€œDon't compare” – Properties comparison results do not have any effect on the block comparison logic. (Only tag and block type are impactful for comparison).

    • β€œOnly simple properties” – only simple Properties impact block comparison results

    • β€œAll properties” – all Properties at all layers impact block comparison results

  3. β€œChildren” – configures if/how child blocks impact the comparison of the parent blocks

    • β€œDon't compare” – differences in child blocks do not impact the comparison results of the parent blocks

    • β€œOnly child blocks of the first level” – only immediate children differences impact the comparison results of the parent blocks

    • β€œAll children” – comparison results of all children in all layers are impactful on the results of the parent block comparison

  4. β€œUUID” – configures if/how UUID and Hedera ID impact the comparison of the blocks

    • β€œDon't compare” – differences in UUID and Hedera ID (of schemas, tokens, topics, etc) do not impact the comparison results of the blocks.

    • β€œAll UUID” – differences in UUID and Hedera ID are included in the comparison. When this option is enabled, for example, 2 tokens would be considered to be different even if their settings are absolutely the same. This is because their Hedera Token IDs would be different_._

1.2.2 Sections

  1. β€œDescription” – module description

  2. β€œModule Blocks” – comparison results for the block structures

  3. β€œInput Events” – comparison results for the incoming events

  4. β€œOutput Events” – comparison results for the outgoing events

Color legend _–_ the mapping of the meaning/description of available block colors with the ability to switch on/off types

  1. β€œGreen” – blocks are identical, including their child blocks

  2. β€œGreen/Yellow” – blocks are identical, but the child blocks have differences

  3. β€œYellow” – blocks are partially identical

  4. β€œRed” – no matching blocks found

Block comparison structure can be expanded to view the comparison of their Properties:

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POST: /analytics/compare/modules

Input:

{

"moduleId1":"63……..1d7c" – ID of the first module

"moduleId2":"63……..1d7c" – ID of the second module

"eventsLvl":"0" – depth (level) of Event comparison (0/1)

"propLvl":"0" – depth (level) of Properties comparison (0/1/2)

"childrenLvl":"0" – depth (level) of child block comparison (0/1/2)

"idLvl":"0" – depth (level) of uuid comparison (0/1)

}\

Output:

{

"left" – information about the first policy

"right " – information about the second policy

"blocks" – table with block comparison results

}

POST: /analytics/compare/modules/export?type=csv

Input:

{

"moduleId1":"63……..1d7c" – ID of the first module

"moduleId2":"63……..1d7c" – ID of the second module

"eventsLvl":"0" – depth (level) of Event comparison (0/1)

"propLvl":"0" – depth (level) of Properties comparison (0/1/2)

"childrenLvl":"0" – depth (level) of child block comparison (0/1/2)

"idLvl":"0" – depth (level) of uuid comparision (0/1)

}\

Output:

сsv file

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