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Hello, I'm trying to figure out how to program a page on my IIS server to handle event notifications.

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Thank you for the suggestions. I was able to create a C# ASP.NET Web API web app in Visual Studio with the following code: ____________________________________________ [root]\index.aspx.cs: ____________________________________________ namespace EsignCallbackListener { public partial class index : System.Web.UI.Page { protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { } [WebMethod] public static void LogEslEvent(EsignEvent eslData) { string str = "eslData.PackageID: " + eslData.PackageID; str += "
eslData.Message: " + eslData.Message; str += "
eslData.DocumentID: " + eslData.DocumentID; // log and/or email the data... } } } ____________________________________________ [root]\Model\EsignEvent.cs: ____________________________________________ namespace EsignCallbackListener.Model { public class EsignEvent { public string EventName { get; set; } public string SessionUser { get; set; } public string PackageID { get; set; } public string Message { get; set; } public string DocumentID { get; set; } } } ____________________________________________ [root]\web.config ____________________________________________ In another localhost web project I have this sample code: form.html: When I submit/post from my local IIS form.html to our production public web server (http://esign.svr.com/index.aspx/LogEslEvent) it works. I went to https://sandbox.e-signlive.com/account and set the Callback URL to http://esign.svr.com/index.aspx/LogEslEvent. However, when I create a test package interactively in the sandbox I receive the following email: Subject: e-SignLive Callback failed. Body: Failed to communicate with the callback server. URL: http://esign.svr.com/index.aspx/LogEslEvent Payload: {"@class":"com.silanis.esl.packages.event.ESLProcessEvent","name":"PACKAGE_CREATE","sessionUser":"27Wy8TKVeo7V","packageId":"b64fd729-27f6-4584-a75f-856f4ee7bec5","message":null,"documentId":null}

Reply to: E-SL Event Integration with Google App Engine

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Len, thanks for posting this tutorial. I followed it to the best of my ability and was able to finally browse to https://[myelistenerinstancename].appspot.com and the browser did show the following: e-SignLive Listener Example packages created = 0 packages completed = 0 packages bounced = 0 I then created a new package in e-SignLive, but received an error via email... Failed to communicate with the callback server. URL: https://[myelistenerinstancename].appspot.com Payload: {"@class":"com.silanis.esl.packages.event.ESLProcessEvent","name":"PACKAGE_CREATE","sessionUser":"2WWy7SSVeoUV","packageId":"5b47fcf1-cadb-4ea0-8f5e-52851cbb47s7","message":null,"documentId":null} Any thoughts? Kind regards, Ben Williams

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