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    Gotcha
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    Hi,

    We have an application which creates SENDERS (unique email) on the fly if they have never sent any ESL package before.
    We are using REST API to create a “dashboard” for each of those SENDERS we created and they use their email to login.

    Can you point out the method (URL) to use to filter the list of packages – similar to when you login to the sandbox developer account using the sender’s email, it list the packages the sender created.

    We are using GET /packages but we can see only packages created by the SENDER who is the Account Owner … How do we specify, we want those from a different SENDER

    https://docs.e-signlive.com/mc/content/c_esignlive_integrator_s_guide/rest_api/packages.htm

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    Duo_Liang
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    Hi Gotcha,

    OneSpan Sign do have the capability which allows account owner to retrieve and manage sender’s package.

    Following are two solutions I suggest to use:
    First, You can use the completion report feature to view all the packages created by your senders. The response payload includes all senders'(including owenr) package information.

    Or, you can retrieve the api key for your senders through the REST API. And using this api key to retrieve package list just like you retrieve owner’s packages.
    What you’ll need to do is, first retrieve the sender id of each by:

    GET https://sandbox.esignlive.com/api/account/senders

    Then, once you have the sender id of each, you can use api below to retrieve the api key of the current sender.

    GET https://sandbox.esignlive.com/api/account/senders/{senderId}/apiKey 

    Thanks for your post and hope you find this reply helpful!


    Duo Liang
    OneSpan Junior Technical Evangelist

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