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Re: Digital signature on an already signed document

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Yes, you are right, you need to install (or distribute) Sinadura Desktop in the clients that are going to sign documents, it is a java desktop application. It is also attached on the release pages (only version for Windows and Linux).

Release Sinadura for Alfresco 5 · zylklab/alfresco-sinadura · GitHub 

And sinadura sign services in your Tomcat server (sinaduraCloud.war)

alfresco-sinadura/sinadura5-services/binaries at master · zylklab/alfresco-sinadura · GitHub 

Regards.

--C.

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Dear All,

With the great help of Emmanuel, managed to solve the issue! Now able to digitaly sign a document, as many times as required.

Thanks alot for your help,

Regards,

Zsolt Putnoky

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Member II

Re: Digital signature on an already signed document

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Hi Cesar,

Can you please help me to find Sinadura Cloud source code?

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Member II

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Hi Zsolt Putnoky,

Will you be able to share some light on how to solve this issue. I am in the same boat as you were i.e., can digitally sign only one time but i need the documents to be signed multiple times.

Regards

Suraj

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Alfresco Employee

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I suggest you to use https://github.com/keensoft/alfresco-esign-cert

This addon will allow you to sign several times a PDF document including configuration for visible signature. Configuration for this feature is described at https://github.com/keensoft/alfresco-esign-cert#configuration

Software Engineer in Alfresco Search Team.
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Thanks, i will just fire up a vm and test it soon.

Regards