I need to save signatures from a form. While I could do that in Azure Blob storage (and am currently implementing that for uploading of certificates for classes, etc), I was going to put the signatures in the database as images. When I add a pen input control to my data card, I'm able to draw in it, but when I go to save, I get the following message:
The requested operation is invalid.Server Response: The field 'Binary.Type' of the record wasn't found. inner exception: The field 'Binary.Type' of the record wasn't found.
Is this expected behavior. Why would the form submission (save to database) not be able to save this field properly. Should I expect a pen input to save to Azure SQL DB properly?
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This was resolved on early March 2018. I have added pen input signatures to SQL myself for a proof of concept. It worked with a SQL image data type, which scares me a bit as they are depreciated. I am working to now combine the HTML and pen input into a PDF myself. Hope this helps!
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