What is sent to a non-validating notary service when corda transaction is sent?

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What info does the notary service see when Corda transaction is sent to the non-validating notary service for finalization?
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The transaction is first filtered in the following way and then sent to non-validating notary service:
stx.buildFilteredTransaction(Predicate { 
    it is StateRef || it is TimeWindow || it == notaryParty 

The notary service will see:

Any inputs, in the form of StateRefs
The time-window, if it exists (since the notary is also the timestamping authority)
The identity of the transaction's notary

answered Jul 23, 2018 by digger
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