Enable Smart-ID in your services
Smart-ID is available in E-Signing through the
authentication-based signing function. The authentication is performed using the E-Ident service, and the E-Signing service generates the signature and adds the signature to the document. As a customer, you only need to integrate towards E-Signing, but your customer configuration will be updated with an E-Ident setup as well.
To get started with authentication-based signing with Smart-ID, please
contact support and they will help you enable the service.
More information about Smart-ID:
Smart-ID specific implementation
To create a sign order with authentication-based signing, please have a look at the
authentication-based signing page.
The Smart-ID specific values are listed in the table below:
|AuthenticationID||This element can be used to indicate that Smart-ID is one of the eID's the signer can sign with. ||smart_id|
|IncludeSSN||The SSN is included in the SDO file if the IncludeSSN element is defined.|
Note: If the SignerID element has been defined, the IncludeSSN element is mandatory and must be set to true.
To find the SSN of a signer, read
Valid value: [true]
The SignerID element can specify which user that shall sign the document. The SignerID also works as a presetID, and the first page in the identification flow will be skipped.
- etsi/ shall always be used as prefix
- PNO - indicates that this is the personal number
- EE or LV or LT - indicates the person's country
- 480..01 - indicates the person's social security number
IDValue: The Smart-ID user identifier/semantic identifier.
|forcepkivendor||The forcepkivendor parameter can be used to point the user directly to this eID.
Read more about forcepkivendor. ||abs:smart_id|
Step 1 - document signing (with pop-up and standalone UI)
Step 2 and further
See the identification steps for Smart-ID
If needed, the Smart-ID logo can be downloaded from
Document types and sizes
The following document formats are supported using Smart-ID:
The size limit of a document is set to 10 MB base64 encoded document. An encoded document adds approximately 30 % extra to a non-encoded document.