// This is an automatically generated code sample.
// To make this code sample work in your Oracle Cloud tenancy,
// please replace the values for any parameters whose current values do not fit
// your use case (such as resource IDs, strings containing ‘EXAMPLE’ or ‘unique_id’, and
// boolean, number, and enum parameters with values not fitting your use case).

import * as blockchain from "oci-blockchain";
import common = require("oci-common");

// Create a default authentication provider that uses the DEFAULT
// profile in the configuration file.
// Refer to <see href="https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/en-us/iaas/Content/API/Concepts/sdkconfig.htm#SDK_and_CLI_Configuration_File>the public documentation</see> on how to prepare a configuration file.

const provider: common.ConfigFileAuthenticationDetailsProvider = new common.ConfigFileAuthenticationDetailsProvider();

(async () => {
  try {
    // Create a service client
    const client = new blockchain.BlockchainPlatformClient({
      authenticationDetailsProvider: provider

    // Create a request and dependent object(s).
    const listBlockchainPlatformsRequest: blockchain.requests.ListBlockchainPlatformsRequest = {
      compartmentId: "ocid1.test.oc1..<unique_ID>EXAMPLE-compartmentId-Value",
      displayName: "EXAMPLE-displayName-Value",
      page: "EXAMPLE-page-Value",
      limit: 345,
      sortOrder: blockchain.requests.ListBlockchainPlatformsRequest.SortOrder.Desc,
      sortBy: blockchain.requests.ListBlockchainPlatformsRequest.SortBy.TimeCreated,
      opcRequestId: "ZHOWUMFRR0L4L1FRFVZU<unique_ID>",
      lifecycleState: blockchain.models.BlockchainPlatform.LifecycleState.Active

    // Send request to the Client.
    const listBlockchainPlatformsResponse = await client.listBlockchainPlatforms(
  } catch (error) {
    console.log("listBlockchainPlatforms Failed with error  " + error);