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6bfbc97 test: disallow sendtoaddress/sendmany when private keys disabled (Jon Atack)
0997019 Disallow sendtoaddress and sendmany when private keys disabled (Andrew Chow)

Pull request description:

  Since `sendtoaddress` and `sendmany` (which use the `SendMoney` function) create and commit a transaction, they should not do anything when the wallet does not have private keys. Otherwise a valid transaction cannot be made.

  Fixes bitcoin#21104

ACKs for top commit:
  jonatack:
    ACK 6bfbc97
  meshcollider:
    utACK 6bfbc97
  kristapsk:
    ACK 6bfbc97. "Error: Private keys are disabled for this wallet" is definitely a better error message than "Insufficient funds" here. Hopefully change of error code from -6 to -4 doesn't break any software using Bitcoin JSON-RPC API.

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