With the Production application you can prepare relevant and non-privileged documents to turn over to opposing counsel after review. Relativity's production application makes it easy to customize your productions from placeholders to custom branding.
Note: If you are upgrading to Relativity Server 2022 from a previous version of Relativity, consider the Production upgrade considerations in the Relativity Upgrade Guide before you begin your upgrade.
This page contains the following sections:
For more information about working with productions, see the following pages:
- Production queue
- Branding queue
- Importing a production file
- Exporting a production set
- Production sets
- Production console
- Production errors
- Production data source
- Production Placeholders
Also see these related recipes:
- Locking produced documents from editing
- Displaying production fields in a layout
- Importing productions in Relativity as Natives
- Maintaining previous Bates numbers between production sets
- Overlaying in the production object
- Using tokens to customize stamps in a production
For information about troubleshooting the production application through the Service Host Manager, see Service Host Manager in the system guides section.
You're a system admin, and you've just completed a document review project for a client, a healthcare provider, that has been involved in litigation related to inadequate protection of private patient information. After coding all the documents for issues and responsiveness and redacting any sensitive patient information that occurred in those documents, it's time to produce these documents and submit them to the presiding judge.
To do this, you create a new production that defines these documents. You name it Patient Privacy Production and you select the Patient Privacy markup set you created and had your reviewers apply to the sensitive patient information they encountered in the documents they reviewed. For the Production numbering field, you select Page level numbering and enter a prefix of "PPP." Just to reduce the number of characters on each document, you change the number of digits for document numbering field from 7 to 5. You then specify the begin and end Bates number fields, leave the other fields at their defaults and save the new production set.
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You then use the options on the production console of the saved production set to
Production application upgrades occur concurrently with Relativity product updates. You can find information about production updates in the Relativity release notes and What's new.
To upgrade the application, use one of the following methods:
- Upgrade to the latest Relativity product update - Upgrading to the latest Relativity update automatically upgrades production to the latest version.
- Upgrade production only - Download the newly released RAP file from the
Relativity Communityand import it into the Application Library.
In order to produce documents, ensure you use the following workflow to create the necessary production components. Use the links in the image below for more information on each part of the production workflow.
The production information object stores important information about your production. Staging a production populates this object in your workspace. As an example, the production information object is useful when you want to look at the amount of documents with redactions, the control number of the documents in your production, which documents were produced with a placeholder, and which documents were produced as a native. The production information object also stores the automatically created Bates numbers associated with the production. Because the Bates numbers automatically populate on production documents, the Bates numbers fields automatically clear when you delete productions.
To quickly view the information stored on this object, click View Documents in the production console. The View Documents pop-up displays information on both documents and individual pages. You can also view information about the documents produced by looking at the saved search that is automatically created when the production job finishes.
Once you run a production, you can view the aforementioned information on the documents list for each produced document by adding the fields to a view and then creating a tab from that view.
Production information tab
To view production information in greater detail you can create a production information tab and associate it with the production information object.
- Navigate to Tabs.
- Select New Tab.
- Enter Production Information as the name for the tab.
- Select Object as the tab type.
- Select Production Information as the object type.
- Configure the tab location.
- Click Save.
- Navigate to the Production Information tab to view information about your production set.
- Artifact id
- Begin attachment
- Begin bates
- Data source
- Document id
- End attachment
- End bates
- Has redactions
- Image count
- Production type
- Production set
- Sort order
- System created by
- System created on
- System last modified by
- System last modified on
- With images
- With natives
- With pdf
- With placeholder