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The deleted transaction appears in "receiving" status #554

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jurijakimuk opened this Issue Mar 25, 2019 · 1 comment

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commented Mar 25, 2019

Bug description
When a successful incoming transaction is deleted - then after the wallet restart - this transaction appears in "receiving" status.

To Reproduce
Pre-conditions:
Wallet A, Wallet B UI wallets are installed.
Wallet A has some UTXO to send.
Steps:

  1. From Wallet A send some UTXO to Wallet B.
  2. Wallet B receives the transaction and the transaction is in "received" status.
  3. Delete the transaction in Wallet B.
  4. Close and reopen Wallet B.

Current behaviour
The deleted transaction appears in the "receiving" status.
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Expected behaviour
The deleted transaction is not displayed.

@jurijakimuk jurijakimuk added the bug label Mar 25, 2019

@jurijakimuk jurijakimuk added this to To do in Bright Boson 2.0 via automation Mar 25, 2019

@jurijakimuk jurijakimuk changed the title Received beams are shown as "receiving" The deleted transaction appears in "receiving" status Mar 25, 2019

@anatolse anatolse moved this from To do to In progress in Bright Boson 2.0 Mar 25, 2019

anatolse added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 25, 2019

@anatolse anatolse moved this from In progress to Done in Bright Boson 2.0 Mar 25, 2019

@Sergei-Beam Sergei-Beam assigned Sergei-Beam and unassigned anatolse Mar 25, 2019

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commented Mar 25, 2019

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Bright Boson 2.0 automation moved this from Done to Tested Mar 25, 2019

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