It provides a rich interface for interpreting data on your ledger, with detailed views of:
You will need to provide details of your managed ledger (or Ethereum/Quorum) node. In your Azure portal, navigate to the Azure Blockchain Service instance you wish to use. From here click Transaction nodes -> <your-transaction-node> -> Connection strings
Then copy the HTTPS access keys with node URL, such as https://<your-service>.blockchain.azure.com:3200/<acess-key>
You will be able to access the Explorer UI via http://<instance-name>.<region>.cloudapp.azure.com
To view the actual URL, navigate to the Overview page for the resource group you used for Epirus, then head to Deployments -> blk-technologies.... -> Outputs -> epirusUrl
Please allow a few minutes for the service to fully initialise and display data when initially run. It can take a while (multiple hours) to display token and contract details as it needs to process the entire blockchain history.
Web3 Labs also provides hosted Blockchain Explorer instances - these can be hosted within your cloud subscription or hosted by us.
Some of the features include: