Information about signature. A placeholder for signature.
|Signature Constructor||Default constructor.|
|Signature Copy Constructor||Copy constructor. (Only C++)|
|Signature Constructor with required values||Constructor with required values. (Only C++, .NET)|
|ID||1||Identifier. An identifier for the Signature.|
|Note||0..1||Note. Free form text about the signature or the circumstances where the signature has been used.|
|ValidationDate||0..1||Validation Date. Specifies the date when the signature was approved.|
|ValidationTime||0..1||Validation Time. Specifies the time when the signature was approved.|
|ValidatorID||0..1||Validator Identifier. Identifies the organization, person, service or server that has validated the signature.|
|CanonicalizationMethod||0..1||Canonicalization Method. The mathematical logic method used by the Signature.|
|SignatureMethod||0..1||Signature Method. The method of signature.|
|SignatoryParty||1||Party. An association to the signing Party.|
|DigitalSignatureAttachment||0..1||Attachment. Refers to the actual encoded signature (e.g., in XMLDSIG format).|
|OriginalDocumentReference||0..1||Document Reference. A reference to the actual document that the signature applies to. For evidentiary purposes, this may be the document image that the signatory party saw when applying their signature.|
|Operator=||Overloading of Assignment Operator. (Only C++)|
Public static members of this type are safe for multithreaded operations. Instance members are not guaranteed to be thread-safe.