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Started by Woonhaven Ict , 18 April 2017 - 09:24 PM
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Woonhaven Ict Members

Woonhaven Ict
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Posted 18 April 2017 - 09:24 PM

Hi

 

In Belgium, citizens have an e-ID (smartcard passport with personal certificat in the chip).

 

As a ShareFile user, we're looking for a solution to share documents/files with other persons/companies so they can digital sign these documents.

 

There is a Signing service available for these e-ID's as API (cfr Doccle signing services: https://www.e-contract.be/sites/dssp ). It would be very nice if both could be combined so I could share documents an let them digitaly sign by the receivers.

 

Any developer at Cirtix who can fix this?

 

Kind regard

Jan



Rob Sanders Citrix Employees

Rob Sanders
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Posted 19 April 2017 - 07:18 AM

Hi,

 

ShareFile has its own eSignature solution (RightSignature) as part of the ShareFile Platinum licensing. As such, spending engineering resources on building an integrated solution is very unlikely. But you can leave your feature enhancement requests in our community forums as an idea for future development.

 

Alternatively, by using our workflows technology included in ShareFile Platinum, you (or your Citrix partner) can create a sharing workflow that leverages the API from other platforms. The underlying architecture supports JavaScript, so there wouldn't be a technical limitation.

 

Thanks,

Rob Sanders

 



Stefan Pieters Citrix Employees

Stefan Pieters
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Posted 19 April 2017 - 07:27 AM

If you have additional questions or would like to explore this further you can let me know directly Jan.

 

Thanks,

Stefan



Woonhaven Ict Members

Woonhaven Ict
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Posted 19 April 2017 - 09:30 PM

Dear

 

we have the ShareFile Enterprise license, that comes with the XenMobile Enterprise. So Platinum is not in reach.

I already asked details concerning the RightSignature, but there is no reaction comming my way. I presume this is also an US based solution, that does not provide a qualified signature. Right ?

 

Regards

Jan