Can I change the network id in ganache GUI? Is it work for calling the functions in solidity?

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Can I change the network id in ganache GUI? Is it work for calling the functions in solidity?

I changed the network id and I checked but I got an error:

     >errored: VM Exception while processing transaction: invalid opcode

so please help me

Aug 16, 2019 in Blockchain by anonymous

edited Aug 19, 2019 by Omkar 107 views
Did you try restarting ganache-cli after changing network id on GUI. Restarting Cli solve the problem for me.

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