OneSpan Sign Developer Community: Sender API Keys and Text Tags

Haris Haidary, December 13, 2017

In this blog, I will walk you through what you might have missed in the OneSpan Sign Developer Community during the week of December 4th, 2017. Hence, let's get straight to it.

Sender API Keys

As an account owner, OneSpan Sign provides you with the ability to add senders to your account, allowing them to create and send document packages (transaction in the new UI) for signature. You (account owner) will have access to the packages created by your senders through the Usage or Completion report. If you don't want to use these reports, you can retrieve each sender's API key and simple to a getPackages() call using the SDKs or GET /api/packages through the API. To do so, you will need the senderId. HTTP Request GET api/account/senders/{senderId}/apiKey HTTP Headers Accept: application/json Content-Type: application/json Link to Post

Text Tag Extraction

In the release 11.5 of OneSpan Sign, we added a new Text Tag Extraction feature that automatically extracts signatures and fields by placing text tags directly on a document. In other words, OneSpan Sign will analyze the uploaded document, and replace every text that matches the Text Tag pattern with the appropriate signature or field. Accordingly, you do not need to define signature placements in your code. All you need to do is simply enable text tag extraction at the document level. Link to Post

Assign Multiple Signers For Single Signature

A group is a collection of OneSpan Sign recipients who can act as a single recipient from the point of view of the package owner. Technically speaking, a group consists of OneSpan Sign senders. Each member must have an account in OneSpan Sign. For instance, if a document needs to be signed by any one of a dozen people in your organization, you could create a group that contains those people, and assign the relevant signatures to the group. Link to Post If you have questions regarding this blog or anything else concerning integrating OneSpan Sign into your application, visit the Developer Community Forums: That's it from me. Thank you for reading! If you found this post helpful, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.

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