Platform Architecture Changes
Relativity is bringing a scalable and extensible cloud platform to our community to unlock future opportunities in the legal and compliance industries, while keeping pace with ever-increasing workloads and unstructured-data demands of today. The good news is, to tap into this future we are not fundamentally changing anything about the nature of the code that you develop; ADS applications will continue to support the same extensibility points, and ADS developers will continue to write their code using .NET Framework. The main change is in how Relativity hosts your code, specifically the architecture we use to host Agents, Kepler Services, Custom Pages, and Event Handlers. As a result of these platform changes, you may need to make changes or updates to your ADS applications. Use this topic to learn more about the platform changes on a high level and to find supporting content that provides more detail on the impact these changes may have on your customizations or code.
Areas affected by the platform changes
The table below lists areas affected by the Platform Architecture changes. You can find scheduling information, impact of the changes, and links to supporting content to help you migrate, or prepare for upcoming changes.
Note: The areas listed in this table will expand as other aspects of the platform are changed to take advantage of the scalable and extensible cloud platform's capabilities. Check this topic for the latest information on upcoming platform changes that may impact your applications.
|Area||Removal Schedule||Replacement Schedule||Impact||More information|
|Classic List Page deprecation||Deprecation and removal dates are still to be determined, however there will be an RDO to control using the classic list page or the new list page in the interim.||The new Relativity list page is scheduled for availability in Q4 2021.||Due to official Angular support ending at the end of 2021, the classic list page will be deprecated and any customizations to the classic list page will need to be migrated to use the updated list page APIs. The classic list page will be controlled by an RDO and available to accommodate the transition.|
|Agent migration||Migration of all custom agents in Production began in April 2022.||Migration of all custom agents in EA Sandboxes occurred in November 2021. To migrate an agent after this date, please contact email@example.com.||Agents running in RelativityOne may need to be modified to comply with the requirements of the new scalable and extensible cloud platform. Starting in Q2 2022, non-compliant agents may have experienced unexpected behaviors in RelativityOne.|
|Classic Viewer deprecation||Classic Viewer is deprecated in October 2021 with the Sundrop release (12.3)||The Review APIs have been available since October 2020 in the Lanceleaf release (11.2)||Viewer extensions that only work with the Classic Viewer will no longer be accessible. Extension code will need to be migrated to Review before the Sundrop release (12.3) to remain operational after the Classic Viewer is deprecated.||Viewer Extension Migration Guide|