Transaction Family Overview
Sawtooth separates the application level from the core system level with transaction families, which allows application developers to write in the languages of their choice. Each application defines the custom transaction families for its unique requirements.
A transaction family includes these components:
- A transaction processor to define the business logic for your application
- A data model to record and store data
- A client to handle the client logic for your application
See Transaction Family Specification for a list of example transaction families. Sawtooth provides these examples to serve as models for low-level functions (such as maintaining chain-wide settings and storing on-chain permissions) and for specific applications such as performance analysis and storing block information.