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GET /signature/<id>[,<id>]*
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This service retrieves the signature data associated with the signature Ids specified in the URL.

Note Note

You can specify up to 5 Id values at a time.


No request body is used for this service.

Optional parameters

updated_since ISO 8601 timestamp Finds items by modification time. This retrieves only those objects with one or more timestamp members, one of which falls after the specified timestamp.
list_all false (default), true (only usable with updated_since) If set to true, list_all retrieves a comprehensive list: ProductName returns a larger set of results that includes the IDs (or primary key values) of every object that falls within the selection range and the JSON for the updated objects. Setting list_all to true can be used, for example, if you need to refresh a local cache.

On success, the response body contains a JSON array of signature objects:

Member Type Purpose
id string Uniquely identifies the signature data. When set, it indicates that an event has been signed by a driver.
data string Contains the binary signature data encoded as Base64. The specification for encoding binary signature data is as follows:

Signature data begins with a header section, followed by a number of point collections. To reconstruct the signature, each of these point collections must be rendered in turn with connecting line segments.

If the request fails, an Error Response is generated.