By Larry Kluger and Majid Mallis
With the Devoxx France Java conference coming up in April, we’re focused on all things Java right now. We’re pleased to announce version 2.9.0 of the open source DocuSign Java SDK, available now from the Maven package manager and on GitHub.
The update includes:
- Support for the DocuSign eSignature REST API February, 2019 release (v18.04.02).
- Support for HTTP and HTTPS proxies.
- Fixes for a problem with the AccountsApi.UpdateBrandLogoByType method that prevented it from uploading brand logos.
Additional information on the release and the bug fixes it includes are available via the Changelog.
We’ve also updated our code examples for the SDK. Check them out:
- The eg-03-java-auth-code-grant example demonstrates how to integrate a Spring Boot application with the DocuSign OAuth authentication system, and includes code examples for 14 scenarios. These scenarios include embedded signing, signing via an email invitation (remote signer), downloading an envelope’s documents, and more.
- The eg-01-java-jwt example demonstrates how a system integration can use the JWT Grant flow to authenticate with DocuSign.
Both examples are ready to run, including Maven package manager pom files for easy configuration.
If you notice any issues with the SDK, please file them as issues for the SDK’s GitHub repo.
For general questions about using the SDK, please open a StackOverflow question using the docusignapi tag.
In Paris for the Springtime?
Then join us at DEVOXX France, April 17 – 19, 2019. We’d love to meet up with you in person to discuss the Java SDK, DocuSign in general, and much more.