2 - Implementing business logic

Imagine a smart contract that orders cakes from an external bakery:​

pragma solidity ^0.4.24;
contract Bakery {
uint public cakesOrdered = 0;
mapping (address=>bool) public isCakeProducedForAddress;
function buySomeCake(address _cakeEater) public {
cakesOrdered = cakesOrdered + 1; // increase cakesOrdered var
isCakeProducedForAddress[_cakeEater] = true;
contract CakeBuyer {
function buySomeCakeInternal(Bakery _bakery) internal {
// just an example of some business logic
// (external call)

What if you want CakeBuyer to be controlled not only exclusively by you, but also by some of your friends? So that is where Thetta comes in.

Let's start by converting CakeBuyer to CakeOrderingOrganization:

pragma solidity ^0.4.24;
import "@thetta/core/contracts/DaoClient.sol";
import "@thetta/core/contracts/DaoBase.sol";
// definitions of Bakery and CakeBuyer are removed for clarity (see above)
contract Bakery { ... }
contract CakeBuyer { ... }
contract CakeOrderingOrganizaion is CakeBuyer, DaoClient {
bytes32 public constant BUY_SOME_CAKE = keccak256("buySomeCake");
Bakery public bakery;
constructor(Bakery _bakery, DaoBase _daoBase) public DaoClient(_daoBase){
bakery = _bakery;
function buySomeCake() public isCanDo(BUY_SOME_CAKE) {

Please notice that buySomeCakeInternal method is marked with an internal modifier and can be called only by buySomeCake.

The contract layout will now look as follows:

OK, what has been done?

  1. All business logic is left in the CakeBuyer contract;

  2. The CakeOrderingOrganization contract is implemented and will be controlled by you and your friends;

  3. A new action - buySomeCake - has been added and connected with the BUY_SOME_CAKE permission.

Permissions will be granted to all actors (i.e., users or other contracts) in the next chapter.