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Hi, In our native iOS app (Swift), we get signing sessionToken from our own endpoint, and then launch webview with the URL like: https://sandbox.e-signlive.ca/access?sessionToken={sessionToken} for

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Hi Ahmad, Thanks for getting back to me. The way how it works now for our app is: 1. Query the packageID and signerID from our sever, but they look like internal IDs rather than those registered on eSignlive. 2. We use the packageID and signerID mentioned in bullet 1 to query sessionToken from our server, use it to construct an URL like: https://sandbox.e-signlive.ca/access?sessionToken= , then start the ceremony directly in Webview. Now we want to use SDK instead of this practice. I see in SDK there’s a function to “load a transaction from the server”, the syntax is like: eSignLive.dashboard().startESignCeremonyForTransaction(withGUID: “”) As the packages are created on server side, can we take this way in our app? If yes, what steps and information we need to prepare first?

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In iOS SDK there’s a function to “load a transaction from the server”, the syntax is like: eSignLive.dashboard().startESignCeremonyForTransaction(withGUID: “”) As the packag
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Hi, In our native iOS app (Swift), we get signing sessionToken from our own endpoint, and then launch webview with the URL like: https://sandbox.e-signlive.ca/access?sessionToken={sessionToken} for
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