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The ItemManager Smart Contract

The first thing we need is a "Management" Smart Contract, where we can add items.

pragma solidity ^0.6.0;

contract ItemManager{

    enum SupplyChainSteps{Created, Paid, Delivered}

    struct S_Item {
        ItemManager.SupplyChainSteps _step;
        string _identifier;
        uint _priceInWei;
    }
    mapping(uint => S_Item) public items;
    uint index;

    event SupplyChainStep(uint _itemIndex, uint _step);

    function createItem(string memory _identifier, uint _priceInWei) public {

        items[index]._priceInWei = _priceInWei;
        items[index]._step = SupplyChainSteps.Created;
        items[index]._identifier = _identifier;
        emit SupplyChainStep(index, uint(items[index]._step));
        index++;
    }

    function triggerPayment(uint _index) public payable {
        require(items[_index]._priceInWei <= msg.value, "Not fully paid");
        require(items[_index]._step == SupplyChainSteps.Created, "Item is further in the supply chain");
        items[_index]._step = SupplyChainSteps.Paid;
        emit SupplyChainStep(_index, uint(items[_index]._step));
    }

    function triggerDelivery(uint _index) public {
        require(items[_index]._step == SupplyChainSteps.Paid, "Item is further in the supply chain");
        items[_index]._step = SupplyChainSteps.Delivered;
        emit SupplyChainStep(_index, uint(items[_index]._step));
    }
}

With this it's possible to add items and pay them, move them forward in the supply chain and trigger a delivery.

But that's something I don't like, because ideally I just want to give the user a simple address to send money to.


Last update: April 17, 2021