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.

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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.

Relativity Integration Points 9.4 only can also be integrated with the Relativity ECA and Investigation application to help you quickly assess risk and make informed decisions about your data at the earliest stages of a case or investigation. See Relativity ECA and Investigation.

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.

Integration Points compatibility matrix

The following matrix illustrates which versions of Relativity support which versions of Integration Points.

  Integration Points Integration Points 1.2 Integration Points Integration Points 1.1 Integration Points 1.0
Relativity 9.4 X        
Relativity 9.3   X      
Relativity 9.2   Relativity 9.2 9.2.517.2 and above X    
Relativity 9.1     X X X

Relevant Relativity documentation

You may need to access Relativity documentation to understand Integration Points. Use the documentation relevant to the version of Relativity you're running. To learn what Relativity version you're using, click the user drop-down in Relativity, and select About.