Hyperledger Fabric query system chaincode using node SDK

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My end goal is to get all existing channels. For that, I would have to query CSCC as suggested in this answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/46451026/2503940

However, after creating the request, I would need a client object on which I would call the queryByChaincode method. When I try to create a channel instance using client.newChannel(''), the code throws an error saying that channel name is mandatory.

Now how do I query an SCC using node sdk without a channel instance?

Nov 9, 2018 in Blockchain by Perry
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The Fabric Node SDK actually provides a method on the client class which will retrieve all the channels to which a peer belongs: client.queryChannels(peer, useAdmin)

answered Nov 9, 2018 by Christine
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