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combining e-mail submit function w document signature

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12-10-2008

Is there a way to automatically send an e-mail from a document signature button? In essence I'm trying to combine the functions of the e-mail submit button and the document signature button; essentially just having one button on the form doing two functions.



I attempted to modify the XML however was unsuccessful.



Is this even possible?



Thanks,

jc

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13-10-2008

Nope ..you cannot automate the signing of the doc. It will have to be 2 distinct events.....for now.

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14-10-2008

To Combine Signature & other events after that:



1) On your signature field, apply a PostSign Event to it.



2) From there you can call your hidden email button or write jscript to email or do what you need, "post-ceding" the signature event



Thats what i would try.

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15-10-2008

Luigi's technique is OK ...but note that if the user cancels the signing dialog that the post signature event will still fire.

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15-10-2008

Paul, could one do the following in simple terms in the event itself?



if (isSignatureFieldFilledIn == true)

{

// send email

}

else

{

// do nothing

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15-10-2008

Locically Yes ...but how will you tell if the Signature field is full. It is not a real field so you cannot check for a rawValue or somerthing like that.

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I would like to know if this has ever been solved.  I would like to do  something very similar to what joycan wants to do. Is there still no way  to check for a value in the signature field? Is there an easier way to accomplish this now?