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transferOwnership

Allows transferring ownership of a protectedData entity to a new owner, identified by their ETH address. The return value provides a transaction hash and confirmation of the new owner of the protectedData. Only the current owner of the protectedData may invoke this method.

When transferring the protectedData, the grantedAccess created by the previous owner are revoked automatically.

Ownership of the protectedData can be renounced by transferring it to the burn address 0x000000000000000000000000000000000000dEaD.

Usage

ts

const 
transferResponse
= await
dataProtectorCore
.
transferOwnership
({
protectedData
: '0x123abc...',
newOwner
: '0xc5e9f4...',
});

Parameters

ts
import { type 
TransferParams
} from '@iexec/dataprotector';

protectedData

AddressOrENS

ETH address of the protectedData owned by you which is to be transferred to a new owner.

ts

const 
transferResponse
= await
dataProtectorCore
.
transferOwnership
({
protectedData
: '0x123abc...',
newOwner
: '0xc5e9f4...',
});

newOwner

AddressOrENS

ETH address for the new owner for the protectedData.

ts

const 
transferResponse
= await
dataProtectorCore
.
transferOwnership
({
protectedData
: '0x123abc...',
newOwner
: '0xc5e9f4...',
});

Return value

ts
import { type 
TransferResponse
} from '@iexec/dataprotector';

The result of this method is an array of objects identifying the new owner. The objects contain the three fields:

address

Address

The ETH address of the protectedData you transferred.

to

AddressOrENS

The ETH address of the new owner of the protectedData.

txHash

string

The ID of the transaction that happened on iExec's side chain. You may view details on the transaction using the iExec explorer.