eSignAnywhere Example

Stable Version 1.0.0 (OutSystems 11)
Published on 08 November 2018 by 
eSign Anywhere Team
eSign Anywhere Team
Created on 08 November 2018
Sample application with an example on how to integrate with Namirial's esign anywhere service.
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This application is an example of an integration with the signanywhere API using OutSystems.

Implements the example in the hello world tutorial available in

It generates a PDF that is then forwarded to the API to be signed. The AdHocConfig and EnvelopeConfig XML files are added to the resources of the app and to have a custom integration with specific configs and envelope those files need to be changed.

A developer account for testing this service can be created here

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