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How to skip a signer

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Aug 03, 2016

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Another way to look at this is that if a document has 3 signers (signer1, signer2, signer3), can I use the API to pass 1 signer and have them sign for signer3.

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Is there a way to skip a signer?  For example, some of my forms I have 3 signers (signer1, signer2, signer3).  Some of my forms I have 2 signers (signer1, signer2). And some of my forms I have two signers but identified as (signer1, signer3).  When merging all the documents together with 3 signers, everything get's picked up correctly and works.  However, if my business rules point me to only merging the 3rd set of documents (signer1, signer3) and there are only 2 signers, the signer3 fields never get signed.

Here are my recipients:

var signer1 = new RecipientInfo

            {

                email = "xxx@gmail.com",

                signingOrder = 1,

                role = RecipientRole.SIGNER,

                signingOrderSpecified = true,

                roleSpecified = true

            };

            var signer3 = new RecipientInfo

            {

                email = "xx@example.com",

                signingOrder = 3,

                role = RecipientRole.SIGNER,

                signingOrderSpecified = true,

                roleSpecified = true

            };

I was hoping that the signingOrder number would be equate to the signer#, but it doesn't appear that way.  Does anyone know how this can be done?

Thanks

-Doug

Message was edited by: George Haines

Hi georgeh41942114

Please send an email to support@echosign.com with complete description of your issue.

Please also share the workflow that you are trying to achieve, on mail.

Regards,

Meenakshi

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How to skip a signer

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Aug 03, 2016

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Another way to look at this is that if a document has 3 signers (signer1, signer2, signer3), can I use the API to pass 1 signer and have them sign for signer3.

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Is there a way to skip a signer?  For example, some of my forms I have 3 signers (signer1, signer2, signer3).  Some of my forms I have 2 signers (signer1, signer2). And some of my forms I have two signers but identified as (signer1, signer3).  When merging all the documents together with 3 signers, everything get's picked up correctly and works.  However, if my business rules point me to only merging the 3rd set of documents (signer1, signer3) and there are only 2 signers, the signer3 fields never get signed.

Here are my recipients:

var signer1 = new RecipientInfo

            {

                email = "xxx@gmail.com",

                signingOrder = 1,

                role = RecipientRole.SIGNER,

                signingOrderSpecified = true,

                roleSpecified = true

            };

            var signer3 = new RecipientInfo

            {

                email = "xx@example.com",

                signingOrder = 3,

                role = RecipientRole.SIGNER,

                signingOrderSpecified = true,

                roleSpecified = true

            };

I was hoping that the signingOrder number would be equate to the signer#, but it doesn't appear that way.  Does anyone know how this can be done?

Thanks

-Doug

Message was edited by: George Haines

Hi georgeh41942114

Please send an email to support@echosign.com with complete description of your issue.

Please also share the workflow that you are trying to achieve, on mail.

Regards,

Meenakshi

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Hi georgeh41942114

Please send an email to support@echosign.com with complete description of your issue.

Please also share the workflow that you are trying to achieve, on mail.

Regards,

Meenakshi

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