We have several templates that contain too many input fields for accepting user inputs. Nowadays, we have a requirement to update the content of the document used in the template, even if it is a minor word change at the bottom section of the document.

The issue here is that if we attempt to modify the document, the entire settings, input elements, and so on will be removed from the template, requiring us to recreate the entire template again. This is a time-consuming task.

Is there any workaround for changing the document of a template without much troublesome work?


Hi ,

We are having documents inside a template. In runtime user is choosing what documents needs to be esigned based on that we will clone documents from a template and delete the extra roles and will send for esign.

Now we have a requirement like based on the number of signers document inside a template should have dynamic content added, for example one signer one signing instructions and two signers two signing instructions. How it can be achieved ?


I'm finding the language settings to be quite confusing and don't see a thorough guide explaining it. Here are some questions I have. If there is a guide, please point me in the right direction, else I'll need some help to understand the following.

1. The package level object has a language parameter. Which areas does this affect?

2. The signer level object has a language parameter. which areas does this affect?

3. The signer level object also has a "withLocalLanguage" attribute, which areas does this affect?

I have created a template with a placeholder on the OneSpan website. When I use this template in a transaction, I am unable to change this placeholder to a normal recipient in the designer, and so I am unable to actually create and send the package. However, using the .NET SDK (presumably this works the same in all the SDKs) I am able to replace the placeholder just fine with "SignerBuilder.Replacing()", implying that this is a doable thing in some capacity.

Hello, I want to place my esignlive document on my website homepage. I want visitors to be able to see the form, fill it out and add their signature. I am having extreme trouble creating an iframe to make this possible. Is there a where to see a form on a website and have a person use esign to fill it out? Any help in this matter could help.
I have created a template in my eSignLive account. As the UI requires, I have uploaded a document. I have been trying to create a transaction using this template, however, I need to add documents to this transaction, on top of the ones provided in the template. Looking at the eSignLiveTemplate documentation (, it doesn't seem possible Am I missing something ? is it really not possible ?