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I received an answer to my problem. Finally, the solution is very simple: just install the Rust package. It is commented as Because if no pre-build binary is available you need Rust to build it yourself. So that is it.


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The data is inside of the indexation payload, you can get it like this const message = await client.getMessage().data("ddd5a550d5df1094e7badddd8a857f64d15a708f1972c81d7a88fbcc8f9b2170") const decoded = new TextDecoder().decode(new Uint8Array(message.message.payload.data.data)); console.log(JSON.stringify(JSON.parse(decoded), null, 1));


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Your intent is correct, both libraries should be compatible, or at least coexist peacefully. You are also not mistaken in assuming that neither of the libraries can do everything: iota.c is a Node client library, while streams is a client library for the streams/channels cryptographic protocol that runs on top of the Tangle. Streams uses iota.rs internally ...


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Check out the iota.js lib: https://github.com/iotaledger/iota.js/blob/main/examples/browser/index.html const client = new Iota.SingleNodeClient("https://chrysalis-nodes.iota.org/"); const message = await client.message(messageID); console.log(message);


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When you check the python reference instead of the specification reference (your link), you will see that message also takes dust_allowance_outputs in addition to outputs. Alternatively (this is the route I was going) you can search the source code of the python bindings where they call the Rust with_cust_allowance_output method and you will see that it ...


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