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Define location for signature field inside PDF

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Jun 23, 2020

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Can someone please advice me.

I have implemented app which is using V6 EchoSign API that can generate PDF. I send it to API using transientDocument, I create agreement. Fields for signature appear on end of file. I get email, I can sign it, this all works ok.

But, I want to put signature fields on exact location inside the PDF. I tried Text Tags, I have tried PUT request for formFields exmples from documentation. Anything I do it is not working for me. Signature fields are always on the end of the PDF file.

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Is it possible to define location where signature block should appear inside PDF file sent through API V6? If it is possible please give me some pointers, I'm lost on this for days.

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Define location for signature field inside PDF

New Here ,
Jun 23, 2020

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Can someone please advice me.

I have implemented app which is using V6 EchoSign API that can generate PDF. I send it to API using transientDocument, I create agreement. Fields for signature appear on end of file. I get email, I can sign it, this all works ok.

But, I want to put signature fields on exact location inside the PDF. I tried Text Tags, I have tried PUT request for formFields exmples from documentation. Anything I do it is not working for me. Signature fields are always on the end of the PDF file.

Question
Is it possible to define location where signature block should appear inside PDF file sent through API V6? If it is possible please give me some pointers, I'm lost on this for days.

Topics

Adobe Sign forms, Manage documents, SDK

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