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Jun 20, 2017

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Hi,

We are developing a backend application that regularly calls adobesign API. I manually generated oauth tokens and then pass the client ID, client secret and refresh token to the application. My issue with this approach is that the refresh token also expires at some point.

Is there a possibility for an integration key that doesn't expire, and if yes how to enable this as there is no mention of this in the documentation?

Thanks,

Hi sshdhdd1121221,

Are you going to use the API? If you have a developer and want to integrate Adobe Sign into your existing CRM system (or anything else API enabled), then you may want to consider the option.

Adobe Sign supports two types of API: SOAP and REST.

Navigate to Account > Adobe Sign API.

Using Adobe Document Cloud APIs to access user data requires OAuth Tokens.

You can create an integration key if you have a legacy application that does not support OAuth.

If you do not see the link to create an integration key, contact Support.

Also on this page, you will find

Additionally, once the API is enabled, you will see a new link to the left for the API Request Log. This log will show you the inbound XML from your API calls and can be invaluable in troubleshooting if you have any code-based issues.

The REST API is available through the API Applications option.

Once on the page, click the Create a new application link, give your application a name, and click the Create Application button.

Your new Application ID and Secret will be generated immediately.

For more information: Quick setup guide | Adobe Sign

-Tariq Dar.

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Integration Key needed!

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Jun 20, 2017

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Hi,

We are developing a backend application that regularly calls adobesign API. I manually generated oauth tokens and then pass the client ID, client secret and refresh token to the application. My issue with this approach is that the refresh token also expires at some point.

Is there a possibility for an integration key that doesn't expire, and if yes how to enable this as there is no mention of this in the documentation?

Thanks,

Hi sshdhdd1121221,

Are you going to use the API? If you have a developer and want to integrate Adobe Sign into your existing CRM system (or anything else API enabled), then you may want to consider the option.

Adobe Sign supports two types of API: SOAP and REST.

Navigate to Account > Adobe Sign API.

Using Adobe Document Cloud APIs to access user data requires OAuth Tokens.

You can create an integration key if you have a legacy application that does not support OAuth.

If you do not see the link to create an integration key, contact Support.

Also on this page, you will find

Additionally, once the API is enabled, you will see a new link to the left for the API Request Log. This log will show you the inbound XML from your API calls and can be invaluable in troubleshooting if you have any code-based issues.

The REST API is available through the API Applications option.

Once on the page, click the Create a new application link, give your application a name, and click the Create Application button.

Your new Application ID and Secret will be generated immediately.

For more information: Quick setup guide | Adobe Sign

-Tariq Dar.

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Hi sshdhdd1121221,

Are you going to use the API? If you have a developer and want to integrate Adobe Sign into your existing CRM system (or anything else API enabled), then you may want to consider the option.

Adobe Sign supports two types of API: SOAP and REST.

Navigate to Account > Adobe Sign API.

Using Adobe Document Cloud APIs to access user data requires OAuth Tokens.

You can create an integration key if you have a legacy application that does not support OAuth.

If you do not see the link to create an integration key, contact Support.

Also on this page, you will find

Additionally, once the API is enabled, you will see a new link to the left for the API Request Log. This log will show you the inbound XML from your API calls and can be invaluable in troubleshooting if you have any code-based issues.

The REST API is available through the API Applications option.

Once on the page, click the Create a new application link, give your application a name, and click the Create Application button.

Your new Application ID and Secret will be generated immediately.

For more information: Quick setup guide | Adobe Sign

-Tariq Dar.

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