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Signing the PDF, how to set the exact location of sign?

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Hello, in work I sort of inherited a java code after my predecessor, which signs the PDF file by certificate. One small flaw it has - the ceftificate icon is placed randomly (?) in PDF file.
I found out that the important code is this:

l also googled , that this method exists, but we don't use it

I was never able to find out what location (string type) means.
We use Jasper reports for making PDFs, but fields have names only in templates. The final PDF has not that information.
Or am I wrong and I must place 'something' to the template so the final PDF would know where to put the sign?


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