Let me explain our use case in short words, before I ask my questions:
Participants of our trainings should be able to view several documents on tablet-pc, annotate them during the meeting and view / download the personalized versions. All this should happen via a login-area within our website, the annotated documents should be available for at least six month.
The original versions of the documents are already present in a repository on our webserver, so that they should be uploaded to the Groupdocs-Cloud on demand via API-calls.
1. Is there a slim, simple method to implement the API into a existing PHP-project, e.g. upload some PHP-Classes to the server, include them in scripts and just coll some methods? Until now I only read about installation using command line calls and the examples are fixed to the F3-framework…
2. In our use case: is it possible to initiate multiple annotation-sessions (and recall them later) on one document without generating a specific groupdocs-user for every single session?
Thanks in advance!
Thanks for your fast response!
Since I´m not familiar with composer, I hoped for for a even lower level usage, as uploading and including some PHP-files. I´ll have a lock at composer…
Anonymous sessions won’t help in our project, since we want to be able to recall the user-based sessions. So in fact, we have to create users via the API, right? As far as i understand, a valid email-adress is mandatory for every user and every time a document gets shared, a email will be sent to the user. Is there a way to hold back this notification?
Yes - this is the hint I was searching for. It´s really that simple…
And if we can suppress the notification, everything seem to become good in the end.
Thank you very much.