Docusign integration with asp net

Introduction

Integration of Docusign with ASP.NET can be a powerful tool for managing electronic signatures and workflows in your web applications. Docusign is a popular electronic platform that allows users to sign, send, and manage documents digitally. In this article, we will explore how to integrate Docusign with ASP.NET and provide to demonstrate the process.

Prerequisites

Before we begin, make sure you have the following prerequisites:

  • An Docusign account
  • Visual Studio on your machine
  • Basic knowledge of ASP.NET programming

Step 1: Install Docusign SDK

The first step is to install the Docusign SDK in your ASP.NET project. You can do this by using the NuGet package manager in Visual Studio. Open your project in Visual Studio, right-click on the project name in the Solution Explorer, and “Manage NuGet Packages”. Search for “Docusign” and install the Docusign SDK package.


Install-Package DocuSign.eSign

Step 2: Configure Docusign API Credentials

Next, you need to configure your Docusign API credentials. Log in to your Docusign account and navigate to the “API and Keys” section. a new integration key and note down the ID and secret. These credentials will be used to authenticate your ASP.NET application with the Docusign API.

Step 3: Implement Docusign Integration

Now, let's implement the Docusign integration in your ASP.NET application. Start by adding the necessary namespaces at the top of your code file:


using DocuSign.eSign.Api;
using DocuSign.eSign.Client;
using DocuSign.eSign.Model;

Create a new of the Docusign API client and set the authentication credentials:


var apiClient = new ApiClient();
apiClient.Configuration.DefaultHeader.Add("", "Bearer YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN");
apiClient.Configuration.DefaultHeader.Add("X-DocuSign-Authentication", "{"Username"":""YOUR_USERNAME""
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