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How to obtain EchoSign developer API key

One of the key features of AEM 6.0 Forms is integration with EchoSign service. Any XFA based adaptive form can be configured to be digitally signed using EchoSign service.

During development time you may want create an XFA based adaptive form to see the end-to-end signing workflow. For that one of the pre-requisites is to have an EchoSign API key. You may want to obtain a developer key during development phase before going to production.

I am listing down the steps to obtain an EchoSign Developer API key

  1. Register yourself as an EchoSign developer by filling up this simple form , select the checkbox if you agree to Terms of Use and privacy policy and Click Create my account
  2. You will receive an automated registration email from EchoSign to your registered email account, check your Inbox (spam folder if necessary) and activate the account by clicking the URL provided in the mail
  3. Log on to EchoSign
  4. Navigate to “Account tab” and click “EchoSign API” panel on left hand side tabbed panel items
  5. Copy the API key which needs to be provided when creating a cloud service configuration for EchoSign service in AEM 6.0
  6. The below image shows where to look for API key when logged on to EchoSign


EchoSign API Key





AEM 6.0 is live

We are proud to announce the availability of major release Adobe Experience Manager 6.0

AEM has Forms solution which has most of the LiveCycle capabilities running inside OSGi viz.

  • Forms Manager
  • Forms Portal
  • Document Services (Forms,Output,Assembler,DocAssurance [Encryption , Signatures , Reader Extensions] , Mobile Forms)


In addition to above capabilities Forms solution has introduced Adaptive Forms with which Form authors can a use browser based Form authoring tool to create HTML5 forms which are adaptive.

For more information about all the solutions of AEM 6.0 refer to blog on


Check out this two and half minute video to know What’s new in AEM 6.0


Watch this six minutes video which explains features of AEM Forms


Some other useful links of AEM 6.0 :