Integration Scenarios FAQ

1. Is there any sample code to describe different integration scenarios ?

Yes, please see this sample Github repository

2. Open document to sign immediately aftering sending it

- send the bundle using the SendBundle API. For a serial bundle, this will return the access code for the first signer. For a bulk bundle, the resulty will contain a array with all access codes for all recipients.

- if you're using the .net Bulksign SDK, please use the "GetOpenBundleForSigningUrl" method to obtain the url and redirect to it. If you're not using the .net sdk, please redirect to{{code}} and replace the {{code}} part with your access code.

3. Can i disable email notifications for a single recipient ?

Yes. Just set the recipient email to

4. Can i disable email notifications for all recipients and manage the signing flow from a integration ?

Yes, this is possible in the "private instance" and on premise version of Bulksign. This can be done by setting the DisableNotifications flag when sending a bundle with the API :

bundle.Disablenotifications = true;

This will disable ALL email notifications and allow the integrator to manage the signing flow using push events (see question 5).

5. How do i integrate with Bulksign using push events ? Can i consume these events using something else than HTTP/S ?

Bulksign exposes different "events" for recipients and bundles while they are ocurring. These are the described in detail here. By default the events are exposed using HTTP, but using the Extensibility API , a custom provider can be written to expose the events using custom protocols.

6. Can i use my own SMS gateway with Bulksign ?

Yes, this is possible in the "private instance" and "on premise" versions of Bulksign. See this GitHub sample to get you started.

7. Can i use my private email server to send email notifications ?

Yes, for "private instance" and "on premise" versions.

8. Is the Bulksign platform extensible ? Can i replace different parts of the functionality ?

Absolutely. Extending the platform is done by implementing different interfaces of our extensibility library .

9. Is the Bulksign platform modular ?

Yes, absolutely. Modularity if one of the core design decisions of the Bulksign platform. The platform is loose coupled and allows the replacement of different "components". You can use, for instance, the bundle routing "component" and integrate a new UI and signer notification scheduler in your solution.