In hyperledger, how many number of ordering node can take up a transaction?

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While reading hyperledger documents. I got a doubt that how many ordering nodes can take up a transaction?
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There are two types to implement ordering:

1. Solo Ordering - Uses only a single node. It is usually used for development and testing purpose.

2. Kafka Ordering - Uses a set of ordering service nodes. These nodes communicate with each other through
Apache kafka brokers.

Note: Irrespective of which implementation we use, the transaction is sent to exactly one service node and can be signed by exactly one service node.
answered Jun 25, 2018 by Omkar
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edited Jun 28, 2018 by Omkar

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