Create a signature request with Digital Certificate via the API

From now on, your Enterprise License and the Signaturit API integration will allow you to create a signature request that requires a Digital Certificate to be signed.

Read on if you want to know how.

For the moment, this functionality will allow you to mix the following signature methods: certificate and advanced signature.

Down below is the API call in order to send a document to be signed with a digital certificate by the first signer and with biometric advanced signature for the second signer:

recipients[0][name]:Test
recipients[0][email]:Email
recipients[0][sign_with_digital_certificate_file]:1
recipients[0][widgets][0][left]:50
recipients[0][widgets][0][top]:70
recipients[0][widgets][0][height]:10
recipients[0][widgets][0][width]:20
recipients[0][widgets][0][type]:dcf

You also can request a document to be signed with a concrete Digital Certificate. In that case, you should add the following parameter in your API call:

recipients[X][digital_certificate_name]=certificate_name

The certificates you can use to sign with this method need to be in a .pfx or .p12 format.

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