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MartinFront
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Connect Power Automate to Docusign API

 Hi,

 

I'm trying to use DocuSign to be able to send documents from SharePoint, I've uploaded a template to Docusign but it doesn't have my changes to the file.

 

I've created a word-template which I fill with a Form. When that is complete I save the document in a folder inside SharePoint and convert it to .PDF so I have both a word document and a PDF of the same file in different folders.

 

Now, I want to send the updated document which contains company name and some other information needed to the document to DocuSign and start the signing process.

 

Here its stops for me.

The built in options is not an option to use since it's only sending the envelope and template uploaded to DocuSign and won't take notice of my changes in to the file.

 

I have a test environment for developer in DocuSign to be able to use the API but I´m not able to connect to it with HTTP-command in PowerAutomate, I receive code: 404 and nothing else.

 

I followed: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Automate-Ideas/Integrating-Microsoft-flow-with-DocuSign-Re...

 

But I´m still doesn't allowed to connect to the API.

My HTTP-command looks like this:

 

{
"emailSubject": "Docusign REST API Integration with Flow",
"emailBlurb": "Docusign REST API Integration with Flow",
"status": "sent",
"documents": [
{
"documentId": "1",
"name": "@{triggerOutputs()['headers']['x-ms-file-name-encoded']}",
"documentBase64": "@{outputs('Skapa')}"
}
],
"recipients": {
"signers": [
{
"email": "xxxxxx@XXXXXse",
"name": "xxxxxxx xxxxxx",
"recipientId": "1",
"tabs": {
"signHereTabs": [
{
"xPosition": "490",
"yPosition": "706",
"documentId": "1",
"required": "true",
"pageNumber": "3"
}
],
"dateSignedTabs": [
{
"tabLabel": "todaysDate",
"xPosition": "483",
"yPosition": "765",
"documentId": "1",
"pageNumber": "3"
}
]
}
}
]
}
}

 

What is wrong and what can I do to take either the PDF or the Word file stored in SharePoint and then send it to DocuSign for signing?

 

BR

Martin

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abm
Super User
Super User

Hi @MartinFront 

 

Did you tried your custom HTTP call using Postman?

 

Thanks



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