OneSpan Sign has many features that can help you build your customized solution. We’ve got some great examples that will enable you to get the most out of integrating OneSpan Sign into your application.
Describes how to use Markdown to format some elements of the Signer Experience.
Describes how to customize the Thank You Summary page that appears in the Signer Experience.
Describes some best practices for using iFrames to integrate OneSpan Sign’s Classic UI or New UI into a third-party application.
The default security setting on some browsers can prevent the Signing Ceremony or Designer from opening. This topic describes how to fix that.
Describes how to email a Sender in your account a request to reset their password.
Describes how to create a Designer session that a Sender can use to prepare a draft transaction for signing.
Describes how to store chattel paper and other contracts (e.g., loans) in a digital vault.
Describes how to store an e-Note from a mortgage transaction in a digital vault.
Templates and Layouts
External Signer Verification
Describes how to enable the system to verify a signer's identity via their credentials with an external organization.
Discusses a sequence diagram that illustrates the process of External Signer Verification.
Provides sample Java code that illustrates how to integrate an External Verification Server with OneSpan Sign’s Application Backend.
Signatures and Fields
Describes how to retrieve different types of data. For example, version information, transaction objects, reports, and e-Notary Journal entries.
Provides guidance on handling SDK exceptions.