Relativity Integration Points
Relativity Integration Points offers a solution to configure integrations from third party systems to Relativity objects.
Interested developers can create a separate ADS application to pull data from a third party system source provider. Integration Points ingests that application to handle the scheduling, set up, field mapping, and actual import into Relativity. By using the Integration Points platform, developers can reduce the amount of time needed to create these custom integrations while end users receive a consistent and easy set up approach.
In addition to supporting developer-built custom integrations, Integration Points also provides a built-in integration to Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) enabled HR servers such as Microsoft Active Directory. Built on the Integration Points platform, the LDAP integration allows users to filter and schedule imports from Active Directory data into a Relativity workspace. For example, the workstations, employee names, data shares, etc.
See these related pages:
- Installing Integration Points
- Importing data through an integration point
- Exporting data through an integration point
- Monitoring job history and errors
- Viewing destination workspaces
Access the appropriate application version documentation using the following links:
Note: You can locate an application's version number by navigating to Applications & Scripts > Application Library tab. You must be a system admin to access this tab.
The following matrix illustrates which versions of Relativity support which versions of Integration Points.
|Integration Points 22.214.171.124||Integration Points 126.96.36.199||Integration Points 1.2||Integration Points 188.8.131.52||Integration Points 1.1||Integration Points 1.0|
|Relativity 9.2||Relativity 9.2 9.2.517.2 and above||X|
Using Integration Points scenarios
You’re the lead developer of an organization responsible for building Relativity customizations. One of your clients started tracking all of their litigation-related information outside of Relativity in a new product called Whazootie. They mention to you that they would love to have this same information available in their Relativity workspaces to tie their document review to specific case information.
You use Whazootie's APIs to build a simple Relativity application that allows users to connect to a Whazootie website without building any import or setup steps. You give the application to your client along with Integration Points for them to install in a workspace. They can use all the security, scheduling, setup, and import options available in Integration Points along with the Whazootie connection to set up multiple imports that bring Whazootie data into their Relativity workspace.
You’re the litigation support professional responsible for setting up work flows and templates to help manage your company’s legal hold procedure using Relativity Legal Hold. You want to ensure that all custodian information is kept up-to-date so that holds always go to the correct email address and that the litigation team is aware of custodians who have changed departments or left the company. Unfortunately, all of the custodian information is scattered across multiple company HR servers containing unnecessary computer and network data.
To solve this problem, you use the Integration Points set up wizard to configure new integrations to each HR server, mapping items to specific Relativity fields. You work with your team to configure a filter in each setup so that only the appropriate employees are brought in as Custodians and schedule the import to occur automatically each night during off-hours. As a result, your custodian address book is always up-to-date, ensuring that proper litigation work flows are followed with every custodian.