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Adobe Sign Invalid Agreement Id

September 8th, 2021

4. Do you pass the x-api user header? (See:!/agreements/getAgreements) This happens when the user who did not participate in the transaction tries to view the agreement from the entire Salesforce agreement. “Document Cloud API returned an error: INVALID_TARGET_OBJECT: invalid convention id.” Only the sender of the agreement can view agreements in Salesforce according to version 18 and later. Your error indicates that the agreement ID is not valid, so you will likely have a formatting/syntax issue in the flow actions that access the agreement ID. If you could provide an extended screenshot of your feeds and steps, as well as detailed error messages you receive, we could probably help you better. If you receive the “Invalid ID” error, please refer to this help document Retrieve an “Invalid user id or email provided in the x-api-user header” bug when sending the agreement. Other actions such as “Retrieve the status of an agreement” use the same exact id without any problem. I suspect an error in the action “Get form field data of agreement”. My client cannot sign an agreement because she receives the message “Contract ID is invalid”. I use the “Manage all Adobe Sign agreements in a SharePoint list” template.

Everything is ready for me, except for my list, which I add. When I try to run the stream, I run into error 404: Action: `The ID of the specified agreement is invalid`. Adobe Sign`s native flow connector cannot successfully perform the “Retrieve form field data” action if the original sender is someone other than the owner of the Flow account who is trying to perform the action. From what I have been able to gather help, it is for an unfathomable reason. This means that the connector is only useful for personal flows and destroys any hope of native processing of AdobeSign agreements in an enterprise environment. Adobe needs to fix it! 3. If not 2, has the agreement owner shared the agreement with you? Hey for everyone who has this problem. The problem I had was first in my expectations for the Adobe API. You cannot view “all” agreements in an account. Even if you have privileges at the account level. It is not a business. for security reasons.

Instead, you can view all the agreements in an account for a specific x-api user listed in the header. The x-api user must be the sender of the original document(s). This makes it possible to request the account of people and to return the agreements. I hope it helps someone. After the account exits, other users can view agreements on the Adobe Sign account, but not in SalesForce….