SignatureProvider Interface

Definition

Represents a signature provider add-in.

public interface class SignatureProvider
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.Guid("000CD6A3-0000-0000-C000-000000000046")]
public interface SignatureProvider
Public Interface SignatureProvider
Attributes

Remarks

Note: Signature providers are implemented exclusively in custom COM add-ins and cannot be implemented in Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA).

Methods

GenerateSignatureLineImage(SignatureLineImage, SignatureSetup, SignatureInfo, Object)

Gets a signature line image.

GetProviderDetail(SignatureProviderDetail)

Queries the signature provider add-in for various details.

HashStream(Object, Object)

Allows a signature provider add-in to create a hash value for the document that you can use to determine if the document contents were tampered with after digital signing.

NotifySignatureAdded(Object, SignatureSetup, SignatureInfo)

Used to display a dialog box informing the user that the signing process has completed and providing additional functionality for the add-in.

ShowSignatureDetails(Object, SignatureSetup, SignatureInfo, Object, ContentVerificationResults, CertificateVerificationResults)

Provides a signature provider add-in the opportunity to display details about a signed signature line and display additional stored information such as a secure time-stamp.

ShowSignatureSetup(Object, SignatureSetup)

Provides a signature provider add-in the opportunity to display the Signature Setup dialog box to the user.

ShowSigningCeremony(Object, SignatureSetup, SignatureInfo)

Provides a signature provider add-in the opportunity to display the Signature dialog box to users, allowing them to specify their identity and then be authenticated.

SignXmlDsig(Object, SignatureSetup, SignatureInfo, Object)

Used to sign the XMLDSIG template.

VerifyXmlDsig(Object, SignatureSetup, SignatureInfo, Object, ContentVerificationResults, CertificateVerificationResults)

Verifies a signature based on the signed state of the document and the legitimacy of the certificate used for signing.

Applies to