Electronic signature in form
Capturing Signature from an Electronic Signature Pad
Can anybody please help me that how can I capture a signature from an Electronic Signature Pad and store it in database. is there any particular api or it can be captured just like capturing an image from a WebCam.
Is it manufacturer specific?
Access Question regarding JPEG files
I am working on a database for the my employer. Essentially each document that is created within the DB needs to have an electronic signature attached. I call up the electronic signature from a JPEG file.
My problem is that the file and folders are setup as such:
I had given complete rights to everyone because pretty much everyone requires access to the DB. However, management is concerned about rights to the electronic signature files. If I change the rights to the signature folder - users that call up documents in the DB cannot see the signatures and of course the signatures do not print.
Is there a way to link to the JPEG filessecurely so that the users can view the signatures in the documents within the DB but not have rights to the actual JPEG files?
Access Question regarding JPEG files
This maybe a newbie question. I am working on a database for the my employer. Essentially each document that is created within the DB needs to have an electronic signature attached. I call up the electronic signature from a JPEG file.
My problem is that the file and folders are setup as such:
I had given complete rights to everyone because pretty much everyone requires access to the DB. However, management is concerned about rights to the electronic signature files. If I change the rights to the signature folder - users that call up documents in the DB cannot see the signatures and of course the signatures do not print. Is there a way to link to the JPEG files securely so that the users can view the signatures in the documents within the DB but not have rights to the actual JPEG files
Electronic signature capture - Access 2010
I hope you are well. I've been looking through the forums here for a solution to the following.
How to capture a handwritten signature in a form and write it to a table. I found the Topaz systems solution and it's exactly what I need except that it doesn't work with the HP Touchscreen that the database is using.it's tragic - it does everything I want except write the actual signature :-(((
Does anyone have any suggestions as to something I could use? That would work with the HP touchscreen (I have tried posting on the HP forums and got no response) and the Tablet option in Windows
Show trust by adding a digital signature
You can show that you believe a database is safe and that its content can be trusted by adding a digital signature (digital signature: An electronic, encryption-based, secure stamp of authentication on a macro or document. This signature confirms that the macro or document originated from the signer and has not been altered.) to the database. This helps people who use the database decide whether to trust it and its content.
The process that you use to digitally sign a database depends on whether the database uses a Microsoft Office Access 2007 file format, such as an .accdb file, or an earlier format, such as an .mdb file. However, both processes require that you use a security certificate.
Add Signature Box in a form
I am using Access 2007 and I am creating a from for an autorepair facility and they are going to use a tablet PC to take in signature for every record. How can I input a signature in the database? I mean I can make them sign on MS Paint brush and import as an image. But how can I import different images for every report? Or is there any other way for me to import their signature to every report?
Crash When Using Application That Include Shockwave Flash Objects
Before anyone says anything about making sure I have both AxInterop or whatever those 2 .dll files in the same area, I do.
I have no idea why it wont work I am making a program that is a Shockwave Flash File dominator, So if I can't even test my program how am I supposed to create it.
Here is the error data,
Problem Event Name: CLR20r3
Problem Signature 01: swf dominator.exe
Problem Signature 02: 220.127.116.11
Problem Signature 03: 4b64c1db
Problem Signature 04: SWF Dominator
Problem Signature 05: 18.104.22.168
Problem Signature 06: 4b64c1db
Problem Signature 07: d
Problem Signature 08: e0
Problem Signature 09: System.InvalidOperationException
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
Also my computer is 64 bit if that makes any difference.
Set options and send objects in electronic mail from Access
Learn: Add a digital signature to an outgoing message, Add a digital signature to all outgoing messages, Have replies to your message sent to another user, Manually check names before sending a message, Choose which e-mail account to use to send a message, Send a database object's output as an attachment to an e-mail message, Send a data access page as the body of an e-mail message.
Access Signature Capture
Moderately capable Access developer with quite a bit of VBA experience. Customer wants a signature block at the end of the report. Need suggestions for storing and inserting the signature. (Access2007)
Adding Signature To Report By Way Of Selecting Image From My Computer
Assume that I am having a report which have a predefined letter format and some of the field data are retrieved from the query. The Report fields are already referred to the Person Nameand the Designation of a form so the person who needs to mention their name will be needed to enter it in the FORM text field and it will get reflected in Report.
Now what I am expecting to do is I want to let the persons to choose their signatures from their computer so that it should get reflected in the Report Letter Signature Area. I don't want to store the Signature in the database since others may misuse someones signature.
Assume that if we are selecting a image in FORM window and it's getting reflected in Report then once the active form is CLOSED then that signature should not be stored in anywhere of thedatabase and It should also get cleared / erased once the form is CLOSED.
Because the signature is just needed to get reflected in the Report Letter for taking print out purpose and ONLY ONE USER will do this activity but the user may vary on daily basis, so theusers can able to browse their signatures from their pc's.
adding signature to the email sendobject
I am trying to include in the VB code also the signature : Here is my code: [CODE]
But my signature does not appear, It is saved as a default.htm. And I am working on a multiuser platform.
Digital signature or ID to authenticate a record
Is there a way in Access 2007 where one can had a field used to contain a digital signature or ID that will authenticate a record?
I'm not talking about having a pgf of a signature that could be contained in the field, but a system that allows for the authenticity of the signature and, therefore, the record. It would perhaps require a password to use. I've seen this in PDF forms
Use of Bitmap addresses severly impacting database performance
I have a split Access 2007 db (actually an 2003 mdb viewed in 2007). The BE is located on a server and the FE is copied on each user's hard drive.
I have bitmap images of each user's signature which are stored in a folder on the server where the BE is. The location is stored on a field in the user table; there are 8 records (so 8images) and this doesn't change or increase.
I have these records linked to other tables (records of services rendered) and the images are meant to be viewed on the data entry forms and subsequent reports through an image control.
For some reason, when we use this configuration, the performance of the database become extremely slow and may even come grinding to a halt--stuck. Since there are so few images involved and the images are not large, I am not sure why this is happening.
It seemed like a nice idea to have an electronic signature for each record.
I tried other methods of improving the performance (like a bound phantom form which remains open whenever the database is open). It seems to be the signature configuration.
I should also add that this doesn't seem to occur for me--but I am in a completely different location than the actual db users, using a different server--although the basic setup is the same.
The actual users are the ones reporting the problem. Could it be a server issue?
Would this configuration strongly impact the performace of the database?
RESIZING Footer Section based upon visible items
Based upon a value in the DETAIL section, the footer section will either display 3 signature lines or just one. I got that part coded okay and it works, but the problem is the EXTRA SPACE left behind when there's only one signature line displayed (the footer still uses the same amount of space as if there are 3 signature lines).
I've tried setting the PageFooterSection.height property within vba but that doesn't work at all, and in fact, causes Access to crash. I just want the footer to SHRINK it's size when not all the items are visible. There are no fields, just LINES and LABELS like:
Signature One: ______________________________
Signature Two: _______________________________
Combo box with names displays signature upon selection
I have a form in Access 2007 that a user fills out, including a combo box that populates half of the form based on that selection. This data is stored in a table and is accessed via a query.
I want to add another unrelated combo box in the same form that will allow the user to select their name, which automatically displays their signature. This data is stored in a separate table with the person's name and bitmap image of their signature.
SendObject removing default Outlook signature
My msaccess runs code stating:
DoCmd.SendObject , , , Screen.ActiveForm.txtEmail, , , Screen.ActiveForm.txtEmSubj, , True
When Outlook opens and a message is started, my default signature is missing. If I start an email directly from Outlook, the default signature is fine.
Access version XP, OS XP SP2
Electronic Window Cards
We used to get a .xls file with offers which we then used to handwrite window cards. With the postings on this forum its now imported and printed but now this is getting a hassle as the life of the offers are getting shorter and shorter. Its getting about changing / printing 10-20 daily.
Yesterday a spare PC & Monitor appeared it then made me think about a pure electronic version.
Changing table format
I have current table as below:
Month Dept Store1 Store2 Store3 Store4 Store5
Jan Electronic 5000 3000 5000 8000 4000
Jan Grocery 2000 1500 8000 6000 3000
Dec Grocery 4000 5000 4000 Nil 4000 7000
I want to convert above table to below format:
Month Dept Store# Amount
Jan Electronic Store1 5000
Jan Electronic Store2 3000
Can we do in Excel or Access?
inserting CAC digital signature into form or table
Does anyone know of a way of adding digital signatures to a form or table?
we issue out badges to people based on their clearance. if someone has a Top Secret Clearance, they get a green badge. If they don't have a TS Clearance, then they get a Red Badge. When we issue out badges, we take their CAC from them to hold in place of the badge in case they never return the badge, and we have them sign out the badge # in a paper log.
I wanna get rid of the paper log and replace it with something digital if possible.
What I'm wanting is an Access table that can hold their digital signature from their CAC. They insert their card into the CAC Reader, type in their pin and press enter, done. Accessinserts their digital signature into to the table and locks the record so that editing of that particular record cannot be possible.
Digital Signature Tampered Warning
I have a database that populates the Digital Signature has been tampered with. warning everytime I open it after I have run the code. I have done some reserch and have discovered that this will occur if you have and action query that is modified by