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Managing third party integrations

SigningHub allows digital signatures to be easily integrated into any website/ app through simple API calls. This is the smart way of adding advanced digital signatures into a web application that ensures a seamless experience for the end users. You can integrate multiple web applications with an enterprise account. In this way, tight integration can be carried out. For details, see the Quick Integration guide and the Developers guide.
 
To integrate a web application, 
  1. Login with the enterprise admin credentials.
  2. Click the "Enterprise" option from the top menu.
  3. Click the "Integrations" option from the right menu.
  4. Click from the main grid header. A dialog will appear to input API details.



  5. Specify the application name to be integrated.
  6. In case of tight integration, specify the call-back URL where the users could be redirected when they close the document. However, for loose integrations this call-back URL will not be used in the app configuration, but still a dummy URL is required to generate an API key.
  7. Select a default authentication method for this integration, i.e. SigningHub, Active Directory, Salesforce, etc. The system will use the selected method for user authentication for this integration. The configured method would then be automatically selected for third party app callback on SigningHub login page, without any user interaction.
    The Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft ADFS, Salesforce, and Microsoft Office 365 authentication methods also support the Single sign-on (SSO) provision.
  8. Click the "Generate" link after specifying application name and call-back URL. This will create a unique API key for this integration.
  9. Click the "Save" button.

To edit an integration record, 
  1. Login with the enterprise admin credentials.
  2. Click the "Enterprise" option from the top menu.
  3. Click the "Integrations" option from the right menu.
  4. Click  adjacent to the integration record (to edit) from the main grid. The API dialog will appear in editable mode.
  5. Edit the required content, i.e. application name, call-back URL, or API key.
  6. Click the "Save" button.
To delete an existing legal notice, 
  1. Login with the enterprise admin credentials.
  2. Click the "Enterprise" option from the top menu.
  3. Click the "Integrations" option from the right menu.
  4. Select the integration record (to delete) from the main grid.
  5. Click  from the main grid header.


1. In order to use the Single sign-on (SSO) facility in SigningHub, the "Default Authentication Method" must either be Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft ADFS, Salesforce, or Microsoft Office 365.  
2.The availability of "Integrations" feature is subject to your subscribed service plan. If you cannot find this option in your account, upgrade your service plan.



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