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Beside the disposable certificate, the solution can use a specific procedure called "Long-Lived Disposable" for scenarios where the signature becomes a valid qualified signature after signing. This can be useful where the identification is confirmed/approved after signing of the document. When using this special type of Disposable Certificates, the procedure of the Opative Manual has to be followed; which is different for the case of Long-Lived Disposable. See Long-Lived Disposable in SSP documentation for more information.

General description

The Long-Lived Disposable Certificate (LLD) is a special variant of a Disposable certificate.

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A main difference is in the "certification policies" documented in the certificate:

"Normal" Disposable Certificate (Sample)Long-Lived Disposable Certificate (Sample)

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* Refers to Policy OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.36203.1.1.6* Refers to Policy OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.36203.1.1.7 (Long-Lived Disposable)

P7M Signers

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It is possible to define P7M signers in eSignAnyWhere. This allows you to define at the end of a signing workflow to define signers with P7M. Due technical reasons it is not possible to add non-P7M signers after the first P7M signer. P7M is an advanced feature and must be enabled for you, so please contact your Namirial Sales

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