2 - Implementing business logic

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Imagine you have this business logic in your DApp or Organization:

pragma solidity ^0.4.22;
import "zeppelin-solidity/contracts/ownership/Ownable.sol";
contract CakeOrderingDapp is Ownable {
function buySomeCake() public onlyOwner { ... }

Let buySomeCake method transfer Ether to some online bakery and order a cake.

Currently, only owner (initially, this is who deployed it) of this contract can call buySomeCake method

Imagine you want CakeOrderingOrganization to be controlled not only by yourself, but by ALL your friends. So that is where Thetta comes in:

pragma solidity ^0.4.22;
import "@thetta/core/contracts/DaoClient.sol";
import "@thetta/core/contracts/DaoBase.sol";
contract CakeOrderingCore is DaoClient {
function buySomeCakeInternal() internal {
// some cake ordering business logic goes here
// imagine we need to issue some tokens to the baker here
// (just an example of scenario)
contract CakeOrderingOrganizaion is CakeOrderingCore, DaoClient {
bytes32 public constant BUY_SOME_CAKE = keccak256("buySomeCake");
constructor(DaoBase _dao) DaoClient(_dao) {
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 contracts diagram will now look like this:

Ok, what have we done?

  1. We left all busines logic in CakeOrderingCore contract;

  2. We added CakeOrderingOrganization contract that will controlled by your friends!

  3. We added new action buySomeCake and attached to it custom permission BUY_SOME_CAKE;

We are going to grant all actors (i.e., users or other contracts) permissions later (see next chapter).