The four ways to use e-SignLive are using the provided UI, the Java SDK, the .NET SDK, and the REST API. Throughout the previous 8 weeks, I have created simple tutorial blogs showing step-by-step examples of how you can get started with each of these methods, in a series named “e-SignLive for New Users”. This short blog will give a quick summary of each way to get started with e-SignLive and a link to the full blog text.
e-SignLive Web UI
This was the first entry in the series. In this blog, I cover signing up for a Sandbox account, creating a new package, adding signers and documents, placing signatures on the documents, and finally sending the document package to all signers.
In this follow up blog, I continued on from where the first blog ended. The package had just been sent to all signers. Since this was the first method shown in the series, this blog walked through the signing process as experienced by the sender and signers, downloading the documents and evidence summary, and finally, archiving and deleting a package.
e-SignLive Java SDK
This was the first blog in the series to step into code. This post covered downloading the Java SDK, downloading the Eclipse Java IDE, creating and configuring a Java project, and all of the code needed to create and send a document package from a simple Java class.
Continuing on with the simple Java SDK example, this blog discussed how to find the package ID of the document package created in the first blog in this section. Using that ID, the package was accessed. The package status and signing status were then checked. Based on the signing status, the completed document package documents and evidence summary are downloaded.
e-SignLive .NET SDK
The second of the SDKs was covered much like the first. This post shows how to download the .NET SDK and Microsoft Visual Studio, how to create and configure a C# project, and finally shows the code needed to create and send a document package.
As with the first blog in this section, this post follows the same path as its equivalent in the Java SDK section. It shows how to find the package ID of the document package, accessing the package, checking the package status and the signing status, and finally downloading the documents and evidence summary after completion of the signing process.
e-SignLive REST API
The final section of the “e-SignLive for New Users” series was a slight change of pace. In this blog, I went one step further than the SDKs and used the REST API directly. I use C# in Microsoft Visual Studio, like in the .NET SDK blogs, so I jump right into the code. After showing the code in its entirety, I walk through the code, including how to create the HttpClient, set up the headers, set up the multipart form with the file data and JSON payload, and finally send the POST request.
With the last blog in the series, I continued with Microsoft Visual Studio and C# and showed the code used to send GET requests to find the package status and signing status and then to download the completed documents and evidence summary after completion of signing.
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