Hyperledger Fabric (Golang)

Hello Guys,

I have a query regarding Hyperledger Fabric.

Is it possible to send back the value that was just inserted in the network (using transact function) in response like we send back responses for query using the return shim.Success() function? I have tried but the data part in response is blank, but I can see it in docker logs if I print the output before calling the shim.Success() function.

Has anyone tried this before or is it even possible in Hyperldger Fabric?

Thanks

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3/20/2019 3:33:01 PM    1    Block    Production    System Lockdown – Target MD5=00000000000000000000000000000000    Load Dll    LockDown    00.00.00.00   8368    C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft OfficeOffice16EXCEL.EXE    SCSIDisk&Ven_TOSHIBA&Prod_MQ01ACF0504&36910a06&0&000000    C:WindowsSysWOW64DriverStoreFileRepositoryki127171.inf_amd64_368f8c7337214025igdumdim32.dll    0 Bytes            Default    
3/20/2019 3:33:01 PM    1    Block    Production    System Lockdown – Target MD5=00000000000000000000000000000000    Load Dll    LockDown   00.00.00.00   8368    C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft OfficeOffice16EXCEL.EXE    SCSIDisk&Ven_TOSHIBA&Prod_MQ01ACF0504&36910a06&0&000000    C:WindowsSysWOW64DriverStoreFileRepositoryki127171.inf_amd64_368f8c7337214025igd10iumd32.dll    0 Bytes       Default    
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3/20/2019 2:28:33 PM    1    Block    Production    System Lockdown – Target MD5=00000000000000000000000000000000    Load Dll    LockDown    00.00.00.00   8368    C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft OfficeOffice16EXCEL.EXE    SCSIDisk&Ven_TOSHIBA&Prod_MQ01ACF0504&36910a06&0&000000    C:WindowsSysWOW64DriverStoreFileRepositoryki127171.inf_amd64_368f8c7337214025igd10iumd32.dll    0 Bytes        Default    
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