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Hello, We have been having troubles connecting to OneSpan Sandbox API.
Hello, We are trying to determine which signatures have been signed with the following method:
eslClient.getApprovalService().getAllSignableSignatures(documentPackage, documentId, signerId)
Using the Java SDK, is there a way to retrieve the HttpClient to add a connection request timeout (ie. for instances where OneSpan may possibly be down)? Thanks!

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We didn't realize one could access the signatures from the package metadata, which is what we needed. Thank you for the quick reply, Duo!

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Thanks for the quick reply, Duo. We are not using two-way SSL. We just deployed our Java application to another server in preparation for our upcoming release and ran into the 'connection reset' issue. This environment is using TLS 1.2, is that supported with OneSpan? The curl command was not invoked from Java, but rather command-line on the server itself. But we received the same 'connection reset' error on both (ie. command-line and Java application with the Java OneSpan SDK).

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Hello, We have been having troubles connecting to OneSpan Sandbox API.
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Hello, We are trying to determine which signatures have been signed with the following method:
eslClient.getApprovalService().getAllSignableSignatures(documentPackage, documentId, signerId)
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Using the Java SDK, is there a way to retrieve the HttpClient to add a connection request timeout (ie. for instances where OneSpan may possibly be down)? Thanks!
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