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Extract data fields from a document and forward the extracted data to REST API URL on submission

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Feb 11, 2018

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I wanted to see if I can do the following with Adobe Sign product.

  1. Define a template with a bunch of form data fields with validations.
  2. Send the template to a recipient.
  3. Once the recipient fills in the document and submits, the document to be received by sender and
  4. The filled in data by the sender to be forwarded to a REST API URL where another system processes the data and stores the data in a custom database.

I see that the first 3 steps can be achieved after going through the Sign product tutorials. However, I wanted to check if the task listed in 4th bullet point is achievable or not.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks

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Extract data fields from a document and forward the extracted data to REST API URL on submission

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Feb 11, 2018

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I wanted to see if I can do the following with Adobe Sign product.

  1. Define a template with a bunch of form data fields with validations.
  2. Send the template to a recipient.
  3. Once the recipient fills in the document and submits, the document to be received by sender and
  4. The filled in data by the sender to be forwarded to a REST API URL where another system processes the data and stores the data in a custom database.

I see that the first 3 steps can be achieved after going through the Sign product tutorials. However, I wanted to check if the task listed in 4th bullet point is achievable or not.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks

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Mar 20, 2018

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I was just looking into something like this. Have you tried using the formData API call to achieve this result. The call is a GET  to /agreements/{agreementID}/formData. This returns a text string (CSV I believe) that lists the person, the fields, and their input. You would just need to parse this and send it to whatever database you would need.

Anyway check it out.

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