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Formstack Documents

Getting Started with Formstack Documents

The Formstack Documents modules allow you to merge the data route and merge the documents in your Formstack Documents account.


  • A Formstack Documents account

In order to use the Formstack Document with Ibexa Connect, it is necessary to have a Formstack Documents account. If you do not have one, you can create a Formstack Documents account at

The module dialog fields that are displayed in bold (in the Ibexa Connect scenario, not in this documentation article) are mandatory!

Connecting Formstack Documents to Ibexa Connect

  1. Login to your Formstack Documents account.

  2. Click your profile icon > API Access.


  3. Enter a name for the API and click Create API.


  4. Copy the API Key and API Secret to your clipboard.


  5. Go to Ibexa Connect and open the Formstack Documents module's Create a connection dialog.


  6. In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.

  7. In the API Key and API Secret fields, enter the details copied in step 4 respectively.

  8. Click Continue.


The connection has been established.


Merge Data Route

Send data to your Data Route.

Data Route

Select the data route you want to merge.

Download Document

Select whether you want to download the document:

  • Yes

  • No

Merge Document

Merge your document with data.


Select the document you want to merge.

Download Document

Select whether you want to download the merged document:

  • Yes

  • No

Inserting images in Formstack Documents via Ibexa Connect

To create merged documents with images (e.g. signatures) via Ibexa Connect, you need to know the URL to the image or the base64 representation of the image (i.e. data:png;base64,\<BASE 64 HERE>) so that Ibexa Connect can pass this information to WebMerge and the image can be embedded. Detailed information on how to build documents and embed images in WebMerge can be found under the following links:

Merging PDF files

Employ the Formstack Documents > Merge Data Route module, see for further details.