Mutually validating

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First a little more information about Acrobat’s hierarchical fields.

Acrobat form fields can include hierarchical syntax in order to create logical groupings of related fields.

Until the notary signature is obtained, parties cannot be sure that an equally valid, but conflicting, transaction will not be regarded as confirmed.

After the signature is obtained, the parties know that the inputs to this transaction have been uniquely consumed by this transaction.

The most important part of working with mutually exclusive fields is ensuring that only one of the fields is filled in. I knew that this could be done with some pretty heavy script to check all of the fields and build an array of values, compare them, and a bunch of other stuff that I didn’t exactly feel like writing.It also makes it so that the validation script can be totally abstracted from the document and even the field name itself giving you a truely cut and paste validation script.When the notary is requested to sign a transaction, it either signs it, attesting that the outputs are the unique successors of the inputs, or provides conflict information for any input state that has been consumed by another transaction it has already signed.In doing so, the notary provides the point of finality in the system.

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