Save transaction or scenario in Truffle

hi, and thanks in advance for the help

in remix, when you deploy a contract, you can save that “scenario” or transaction and then, days later, you can interact with it. https://prnt.sc/w0tn47

using Truffle, how can I do something similar?
make a display and then “return to the functions of that contract”?

thanks

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Sorry, I am not similar with truffle, maybe you can ask in their forum. All I know is you can specify the contact address in the config like this:

  "networks": {
    "<network id>": {
      "events": {},
      "links": {},
      "address": "<contract address>" // this would be the your contract address
    }
  },

But it seems like can not help you more.

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Hi @Refresko,

In Truffle, I would have a migrations script, and if there was some setup that I wanted to do, I would write a script to do that. I can then run the script on a local network, public testnet or mainnet.

I haven’t come across a replay transaction command. As @skyge said, you may want to ask the Truffle team.


I assume you mean to create an interface for a contract?

I tend to verify a contract and then use Etherscan.

Alternatively you could try services such as https://oneclickdapp.com/ or https://kumavis.github.io/udapp using the ABI and address of your contract.

If you are using OpenZeppelin Defender, you could use Defender Admin: https://docs.openzeppelin.com/defender/admin