- About the Adobe PDF Services connector
- Adobe PDF Services authentication
Adobe PDF Services authentication
To authenticate using Adobe PDF Services, you must provide the following credentials:
- Client Id
- Client Secret
- Technical Account Id
- Organization Id
- Private Key
Retrieve your credentials
- Create a project in your Adobe Developer Console.
- In the Get started with your new project page, click the Add API button.
- Select PDF Services API from the list, then click Next.
The Create a new service account (JWT) credential page opens. Here, you can select one of two options:
- Generate a key pair
- Upload your public key
- Select Generate a key pair, then click Generate keypair.
configzip file containing the private key is automatically downloaded on your machine.
In the Create a new service account (JWT) credential page, your public key is displayed.
- Click Next.
- In the Select product profiles window, select Enterprise PDF Services Developer, then click Save configured API.
On your project page, under the Credentials tab, select Service Account JWT to access all your required credentials: Client Id, Client Secret, Technical Account Id, and Organization Id. Retrieve the private key from the
configfile downloaded on your machine.
Add the Adobe PDF Services connection
To create a connection to your Adobe PDF Services instance, you need to perform the following steps:
- Select Integration Service from Automation Cloud.
From the Connectors list, select Adobe PDF Services.
You can also use the search bar to narrow down the connector.
- Select the Add connection button.
You are now redirected to the connection page. Enter the required credentials and click Connect. Connecting allows UiPath to read, write, modify, and delete Adobe PDF Services on your behalf.
- Your connection has been added.