Mobile ID

Feb 8, 2009 at 3:52 PM

is Mobile ID support a planned feature? After looking at the digiDocService specs, I think it would not be too difficult to add. 

Pretty much only difference compared to ID Card is the need to wait for signature confirmation, which needs separate thread or ajax/page refresh solution. The rest is a few SOAP calls to digiDocService like with ID Card.

I'm using Mobile ID for banking daily and IMO, its way more convenient than using cardreader and smartcard, especially when using laptop.

One cool side-effect would be the ability to use only mobile phone to sign documents (using phones built-in browser). 
Feb 23, 2009 at 3:58 PM
Not immediately planned.
Patches are welcome, or development can be organized through

I agree, it would not be difficult feature to implement.
Apr 7, 2009 at 11:21 AM
Here's some pseudocode/workflow for mobile ID implementation:


1 - StartSession

2 - StartSessionResponse (SessID) (if more than one file then AddDataFile)

3 - MobileSign

6 - MobileSignResponse

7 - while no info; GetStatusInfo(); sleep 10sec;

8 - GetSignedDocInfoResponse

13 - GetStatusInfo

14 - GetSignedDocInfoResponse

15 - GetSignedDocResponse // get signed ddoc back

17 - CloseSession

18 - CloseSessionResponse

Signing HTML page needs a phone number field and "sign using mobile id" button, result page needs a 10sec refresh for status checking.

Next iteration could use some ajax and tabs (like swedbank's login page) for better usability.

Apr 7, 2009 at 11:29 PM
I have actually implemented Mobile-ID Signin and authentication for SharePoint. Unfortunately, it hasnt been published and needs some final tuning before it could.
Is it something that customers are asking for a lot?
Jul 22, 2009 at 12:16 PM

I would be willing to participate in mobile ID testing. Also, about 1/3 of or company workforce are mobile users who prefer using mobile ID instead of connecting smartcard reader to their laptop. So, we currently sign documents with digidoc+mobileID and then upload them to sharepoint. Which is kind of cumbersome.