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I'm uncertain how I can structure the generic variant of a polkadotjs type for an on-chain Enum that looks sort of like this:

#[derive(TypeInfo, Debug, Clone, Encode, Decode, PartialEq)]
pub enum MyEnum<T: Codec> {
    OptionA,
    OptionB(T),
}

I get down to my polkadotjs types and:

...
  MyEnum: {
    _enum: {
      OptionA: null,
      OptionB: '...???',
    },
  },

What should go in OptionB to represent the generic portion?

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IIRC, there shouldn't be any generic. (I didn't use this anymore since metadata 14)

It must be an exact type.

"Balance": "u128"

You can't write "Balance": "T". Unless you tell it "T": "u128".

So, you need to check what is your T on the runtime level.

e.g. https://github.com/darwinia-network/darwinia/blob/85bfeda3161bafb6a42f63b57b169265820972a1/runtime/crab/types.json#L9-L14

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