Retrieves a list of envelope custom fields associated with the account. You can use these fields in the envelopes for your account to record information about the envelope, help search for envelopes and track information. The envelope custom fields are shown in the Envelope Settings section when a user is creating an envelope in the DocuSign member console. The envelope custom fields are not seen by the envelope recipients.

There are two types of envelope custom fields, text, and list. A text custom field lets the sender enter the value for the field. The list custom field lets the sender select the value of the field from a list you provide.

Request

HTTP request

GET /v2/accounts/{accountId}/custom_fields

Parameters

Parameter name Value Description
Path parameters
accountId string

The external account number (int) or account ID Guid.

Responses

Code Description Reference
200 OK Successful response.
400 Bad Request Error encountered.

SDK Method

Accounts::listCustomFields

Definitions Expand All | Collapse All

AccountCustomFields

Custom Fields

listCustomFields
[listCustomField]

An array of list custom fields.

textCustomFields
[textCustomField]

An array of text custom fields.

errorDetails

This object describes errors that occur. It is only valid for responses, and ignored in requests.

errorCode string

An error code associated with the error.

message string

A short error message.

listCustomField

configurationType string

If merge field's are being used, specifies the type of the merge field. The only supported value is salesforce.

errorDetails errorDetails
fieldId string

An ID used to specify a custom field.

listItems
[string]
name string

The name of the custom field.

required string

When set to true, the signer is required to fill out this tab

show string

A boolean indicating if the value should be displayed.

value string

The value of the custom field.

Maximum Length: 100 characters.

textCustomField

configurationType string

If merge field's are being used, specifies the type of the merge field. The only supported value is salesforce.

errorDetails errorDetails
fieldId string

An ID used to specify a custom field.

name string

The name of the custom field.

required string

When set to true, the signer is required to fill out this tab

show string

A boolean indicating if the value should be displayed.

value string

The value of the custom field.

Examples

Generic JSON Response

Response

{
"textCustomFields": [
{
"fieldId": "sample string 1",
"name": "sample string 2",
"show": "sample string 3",
"required": "sample string 4",
"value": "sample string 5",
"configurationType": "sample string 6",
"errorDetails": {
"errorCode": "sample string 1",
"message": "sample string 2"
}
}
]
,
"listCustomFields": [
{
"listItems": [
"sample string 1"
]
,
"fieldId": "sample string 1",
"name": "sample string 2",
"show": "sample string 3",
"required": "sample string 4",
"value": "sample string 5",
"configurationType": "sample string 6",
"errorDetails": {
"errorCode": "SUCCESS",
"message": ""
}
}
]
}

Generic XML Response

Response

<customFields 
xmlns:i="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xmlns="http://www.docusign.com/restapi">

<listCustomFields>
<listCustomField>
<configurationType>sample string 6</configurationType>
<errorDetails>
<errorCode>SUCCESS</errorCode>
<message></message>
</errorDetails>
<fieldId>sample string 1</fieldId>
<name>sample string 2</name>
<required>sample string 4</required>
<show>sample string 3</show>
<value>sample string 5</value>
<listItems
xmlns:d4p1="http://schemas.microsoft.com/2003/10/Serialization/Arrays">

<d4p1:string>sample string 1</d4p1:string>
</listItems>
</listCustomField>
</listCustomFields>
<textCustomFields>
<textCustomField>
<configurationType>sample string 6</configurationType>
<errorDetails>
<errorCode>sample string 1</errorCode>
<message>sample string 2</message>
</errorDetails>
<fieldId>sample string 1</fieldId>
<name>sample string 2</name>
<required>sample string 4</required>
<show>sample string 3</show>
<value>sample string 5</value>
</textCustomField>
</textCustomFields>
</customFields>