How is consensus achieved in a Hyperledger Fabric?

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In Hyperledger fabric on what basis is each transaction ordered? How many orderers can be there in a network?
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The transactions in the network is ordered by an ordering service node. Every ordering
service node uses its internal implementation-specific consensus mechanism to order the transactions.

There are two types of service ordering. You can find more details here:
https://www.edureka.co/community/7366/hyperledger-how-many-number-ordering-node-take-transaction?show=7688#a7688
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