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Hierarchy

In language-specific guides we already walked you through registering domains, accounts, and assets. Here we merely wish to illustrate the relationship between various objects in the blockchain.

Domains, Accounts, Assets

Let's start with an example that shows the relationship between domains, accounts, and assets.

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Language-specific guidance on registering these objects
LanguageGuide
BashRegister a domain, an account, an asset
RustRegister a domain, an account, an asset
Kotlin/JavaRegister a domain, an account, an asset
PythonRegister a domain, an account, an asset
JavaScript/TypeScriptRegister a domain, an account, an asset

The diagram below provides a more detailed illustration of the relationship between domains, accounts, and assets in the blockchain. You can learn more about permissions and roles and metadata in the corresponding sections of the tutorial. The asset structure is illustrated in a dedicated chapter.

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Triggers

All triggers are essentially event triggers. We talk extensively about triggers and how they work in the advanced section of this guide. Here we only wish to highlight the relationship between triggers as objects in a blockchain.

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Filters

Data Filters

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Instructions

The diagram below shows the available Iroha Special Instructions. For more details, check out the dedicated chapter.

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