Byzantine Config Usage
Used to update a Hyperledger Fabric network configuration. Doing this manually with CLI tools can be complex and cumbersome.
Adding/updating organizations requires a configuration block to be defined, signed and then executed as an updated config transaction.
Provides an executable GUI application that simplifies updating & adding Organizations.
An initial connect screen will appear when invoked.
You will need a network peer node address, User ID, access to your private key, and Fabric Binaries.
The first, genesis, block is always a configuration block. Configuration blocks store elements such as organizations in the network, orderer addresses, a channel, and other properties.
When a new configuration block is added to the chain, Fabric reconciles the latest with the current configuration of the blockchain.
Updating configuration manually using the HLF CLI tools is a lengthy and complex set of processes.
It's an executable utility that provides a simple GUI-based application that produces a configuration transaction buffer file.
That file can be signed and executed to update a Hyperledger Fabric blockchain configuration.