openzeppelin|oz

Usage: openzeppelin|oz <command> [options]

where <command> is one of: add, bump, check, create, create2, freeze, init, link, publish, push, remove, session, set-admin, unlink, upgrade, verify, unpack, transfer, balance, send-tx, call, compile, accounts

--version

output the version number

-v, --verbose

verbose mode on: output errors stacktrace and detailed log.

-s, --silent

silent mode: no output sent to stderr.

add

Usage: add [contractName1[:contractAlias1] …​ contractNameN[:contractAliasN]] [options]

add contract to your project. Provide a list of whitespace-separated contract names

--all

add all contracts in your build directory

--push [network]

push all changes to the specified network

-f, --from <from>

specify the transaction sender address for --push

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

bump

Usage: bump <version> [options]

bump your project to a new <version>

--push [network]

push all changes to the specified network

-f, --from <from>

specify the transaction sender address for --push

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

check

Usage: check [contract] [options]

checks your contracts for potential issues

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

create

Usage: create [alias] --network <network> [options]

deploys a new upgradeable contract instance. Provide the <alias> you added your contract with, or <package>/<alias> to create a contract from a linked package.

--init [function]

call function after creating contract. If none is given, 'initialize' will be used

--args <arg1, arg2, …​>

provide initialization arguments for your contract if required

--force

force creation even if contracts have local modifications

--minimal

creates a cheaper but non-upgradeable instance instead, using a minimal proxy

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

create2

Usage: create2 [alias] --network <network> --salt <salt> [options]

deploys a new upgradeable contract instance using CREATE2 at a predetermined address given a numeric <salt> and a <from> address. Provide the <alias> you added your contract with, or <package>/<alias> to create a contract from a linked package. A <signature> can be provided to derive the deployment address from a signer different to the <from> address. Warning: support for this feature is experimental.

--salt <salt>

salt used to determine the deployment address (required)

--query [sender]

do not create the contract and just return the deployment address, optionally specifying the sender used to derive the deployment address (defaults to 'from')

--init [function]

initialization function to call after creating contract (defaults to 'initialize', skips initialization if not set)

--args <arg1, arg2, …​>

arguments to the initialization function

--admin <admin>

admin of the proxy (uses the project’s proxy admin if not set)

--signature <signature>

signature of the request, uses the signer to derive the deployment address (uses the sender to derive deployment address if not set)

--force

force creation even if contracts have local modifications

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

freeze

Usage: freeze --network <network> [options]

freeze current release version of your published project

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

init

Usage: init <project-name> [version]

initialize your OpenZeppelin project. Provide a <project-name> and optionally an initial [version] name

--publish

automatically publishes your project upon pushing it to a network

--force

overwrite existing project if there is one

--link <dependency>

link to a dependency

--no-install

skip installing packages dependencies locally

--push [network]

push all changes to the specified network

-f, --from <from>

specify the transaction sender address for --push

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

Usage: link [dependencyName1 …​ dependencyNameN] [options]

links project with a list of dependencies each located in its npm package

--no-install

skip installing packages dependencies locally

--push [network]

push all changes to the specified network

-f, --from <from>

specify the transaction sender address for --push

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

publish

Usage: publish --network <network> [options]

publishes your project to the selected network

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

push

Usage: push --network <network> [options]

deploys your project to the specified <network>

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

-d, --deploy-dependencies

deploys dependencies to the network if there is no existing deployment

--reset

redeploys all contracts (not only the ones that changed)

--force

ignores validation errors and deploys contracts

--deploy-proxy-admin

eagerly deploys the project’s proxy admin (if not deployed yet on the provided network)

--deploy-proxy-factory

eagerly deploys the project’s proxy factory (if not deployed yet on the provided network)

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

remove

Usage: remove [contract1 …​ contractN] [options]

removes one or more contracts from your project. Provide a list of whitespace-separated contract names.

--push [network]

push all changes to the specified network

-f, --from <from>

specify the transaction sender address for --push

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

session

Usage: session [options]

by providing network options, commands like create, freeze, push, and update will use them unless overridden. Use --close to undo.

--expires <expires>

expiration of the session in seconds (defaults to 900, 15 minutes)

--close

closes the current session, removing all network options set

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

set-admin

Usage: set-admin [alias-or-address] [new-admin-address] --network <network> [options]

change upgradeability admin of a contract instance, all instances or proxy admin. Provide the [alias] or [package]/[alias] of the contract to change the ownership of all its instances, or its [address] to change a single one, or none to change all contract instances to a new admin. Note that if you transfer to an incorrect address, you may irreversibly lose control over upgrading your contract.

--force

bypass a manual check

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

Usage: unlink [dependencyName1…​ dependencyNameN]

unlinks dependencies from the project. Provide a list of whitespace-separated dependency names

--push [network]

push all changes to the specified network

-f, --from <from>

specify the transaction sender address for --push

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

upgrade

Usage: upgrade [alias-or-address] --network <network> [options]

upgrade contract to a new logic. Provide the [alias] or [package]/[alias] you added your contract with, its [address], or use --all flag to upgrade all contracts in your project.

--init [function]

call function after upgrading contract. If no name is given, 'initialize' will be used

--args <arg1, arg2, …​>

provide initialization arguments for your contract if required

--all

upgrade all contracts in the application

--force

force creation even if contracts have local modifications

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--skip-compile

skips contract compilation

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

verify

Usage: verify [options] [contract-alias]

verify a contract with etherscan or etherchain. Provide a contract name.

-n, --network [network]

network where to verify the contract

-o, --optimizer

enables optimizer option

--optimizer-runs [runs]

specify number of runs if optimizer enabled.

--remote <remote>

specify remote endpoint to use for verification

--api-key <key>

specify etherscan API key. To get one, go to: https://etherscan.io/myapikey

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

unpack

Usage: unpack [kit]

download and install an OpenZeppelin Starter Kit to the current directory

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

transfer

Usage: transfer --network <network> [options]

send funds to a given address

--to <to>

specify recipient address

--value <value>

the amount of ether units to be transferred

--unit <unit>

unit name. Wei, kwei, gwei, milli and ether are supported among others. If none is given, 'ether' will be used.

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

balance

Usage: balance --network <network> [options]

query the balance of the specified account

--erc20 <contractAddress>

query the balance of an ERC20 token instead of ETH

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

send-tx

Usage: send-tx --to <to> --method <method> [options]

send a transaction to the specified contract instance. Provide the [address], method to call and its arguments if needed

--to <to>

address of the contract that will receive the transaction

--method <method>

name of the method to execute in the contract

--args <arg1, arg2, …​>

arguments to the method to execute

--value <value>

optional value in wei to send with the transaction

--gas <gas>

gas limit of the transaction, will default to the limit specified in the configuration file, or use gas estimation if not set

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

call

Usage: call --to <to> --method <method> [options]

call a method of the specified contract instance. Provide the [address], method to call and its arguments if needed

--to <to>

address of the contract that will receive the call

--method <method>

name of the method to execute in the contract

--args <arg1, arg2, …​>

arguments to the method to execute

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

compile

Usage: compile [options]

compiles all contracts in the current project

--solc-version [version]

version of the solc compiler to use (value is written to configuration file for future runs, defaults to most recent release that satisfies contract pragmas)

--optimizer [on|off]

enables compiler optimizer (value is written to configuration file for future runs, defaults to off)

--optimizer-runs [runs]

specify number of runs if optimizer enabled (value is written to configuration file for future runs, defaults to 200)

--evm-version [evm]

choose target evm version (value is written to configuration file for future runs, defaults depends on compiler: byzantium prior to 0.5.5, petersburg from 0.5.5)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode

accounts

Usage: accounts [options]

list the accounts of the selected network

-n, --network <network>

network to be used

-f, --from <from>

specify transaction sender address

--timeout <timeout>

timeout in seconds for each blockchain transaction (defaults to 600s)

--no-interactive

force to run the command in non-interactive mode