This document provides detailed information about the new features and changes that are included in the current release of the Adobe Acrobat Sign integration for NetSuite. You can take advantage of the new features after downloading and installing the new package.
Adobe Acrobat Sign for NetSuite v4.0.7 is fully compatible with NetSuite 2022.1 version.
Version 4.0.6 includes an update in the OAuth process to ensure compatibility with NetSuite 2021.2 version.
4.0.5 update contains several security fixes related to OAuth login.
4.0.4 is fully adapted to use account-specific domains for all newly generated traffic.
The Adobe Sign icon has been updated to the new graphic.
Rebranded to Adobe Sign (from Adobe Document Cloud e-sign services)
You’ll see Adobe Sign where you previously saw Adobe e-sign Services as evidence of the rebranding.
Due to an API regression bug introduced when NetSuite performed their platform update, a new package (v4.0.1) has been released.
Customers are encouraged to update to the newest package.
A new custom preferences has been added for v4.0. When enabled, users who send agreements in NetSuite are automatically auto-provisioned with an Adobe Document Cloud e-sign services user account.
This version achieved the 'Built for Netsuite' certification and meets all the latest NetSuite design best practices.
You’ll see Adobe Document Cloud e-sign Services (or Adobe e-sign Services for short) where you previously saw Adobe EchoSign as evidence of the rebranding.
To improve data security, e-sign services now uses OAuth 2.0 to authenticate your Adobe Document Cloud e-sign services account within NetSuite. This new protocol lets NetSuite talk to eSign services without requesting your eSign services password. Since sensitive information is not being shared directly between the apps, your account is less likely to be compromised. This improvement will not impact your implementation, but you will need to do a one-time setup to authorize your NetSuite package to communicate with the Adobe Document Cloud. This is done during the installation process. For customers upgrading from a previous version of the package—v3.5.9 and prior—the API key previously used will be replaced by an OAuth token generated during the authorization process.
To improve efficiency, flexibility and processing speed, Adobe Document Cloud e-sign services—and consequently the v4.0 integration for NetSuite—has migrated from SOAP-based to REST-based APIs.
Preview agreement or drag and drop form !elds before sending for signature
Send immediate reminder to current signer
Easily select !les to a"ach from the current transaction with new ‘Transaction Files’ dropdown list