ReadySuite v6.0.2 Now Available

ReadySuite v6.0.2 is now available to download. We recommend all customers using previous versions update to this release to benefit from new scripts, performance improvements, and increased stability. Scripts added to the script library in this release include: Validate Dates Use this script when you need to verify the validity of multiple date fields at once. At a minimum, this script will make sure the date and time value is possible. Additionally, you can enable strict validation, which…

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Part 2: Diving into ReadySuite scripts

If you want to use ReadySuite to create your own scriptable solutions and workflows, we have a couple ways you can get started. Every licensed copy of ReadySuite includes its own script editor – which can be used to edit existing scripts on-the-fly or you can start from scratch using a built-in template. You can also reference our external scripting DLL – and plug it into your favorite development environment, such as Visual Studio or Visual Studio Code. Our API documentation is referenced…

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Part 1: Diving into ReadySuite scripts

Last month, we introduced scripting functionality in ReadySuite, and this week, officially released ReadySuite v6.0 with a built-in script library. Featured categories include date tools, file tools, metadata tools, PDF tools, and quality control tools. We're now shipping with 22 scripts and will continue to add useful scripts to help drive daily tasks. Early in development, we were undecided on whether scripting was the best name to release it under. ReadySuite has a healthy balance of…

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Introducing ReadySuite v6

We're excited to officially release a new major update to ReadySuite, version 6.0. We're packing a lot of new features, changes and fixes in this update. The full list of changes and release notes is available on our help site here. By the numbers, we’ve made 476 commits to our code base, fixed 64 known bugs, and added 119 changes / features to improve functionality. We’ve already documented a few of those highlights, such as: Built in scripting library – now including 20+ scripts Open…

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Automated QC Checks & Volume Tracking

A large percentage of our customers use ReadySuite for performing QC checks on deliverables, volumes and productions. We already have many built-in checks, including load file validation, image quality, and bates range checks. And our customers have added onto that – with checklists and internal workflows for their own readiness and validation steps. Now, we're aiming to make the process of QC even easier. In a way, what we're showing here is an extension of the new scripting features. It has…

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Feature: Export to Relativity

Last week, we talked about adding scripting support to ReadySuite – and prior to that, we covered some Relativity platform integration features. We want to expand more on the Relativity features and highlight how ReadySuite can now import data directly into Relativity. Using ReadySuite to import data into Relativity, users can bypass the need for the RDC (Relativity Desktop Client) and take advantage of ReadySuite’s ability to edit and view load files. Let’s see the Relativity export feature in…

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Enhancements to Delimited Import

With the next release, we have improved how ReadySuite handles importing delimited (CSV & DAT) files. We’ve already talked about a new method for opening these files directly – skipping the need to use the import wizard. But when you need to use the import wizard, for example, to setup verifying native and text links or specifying family and group fields, you’ll notice we have made several enhancements. See the new process in action below: One of the first changes you’ll notice is we removed…

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Feature: Scripting!

We’re ready (and excited!) to talk about a major feature coming to ReadySuite in the next release – scripting. Our clients and customers use ReadySuite today to attack tedious e-discovery workflows and perform many QC checks with relative ease. And we know there are many unique workflows firms and organizations need to solve that they can not perform in a single step. Using scripting with ReadySuite, our clients will be able to access our pre-built script library, write their own scripts using…

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Feature: Import from Relativity

We’re excited to extend ReadySuite import capabilities beyond load files with new, direct platform integration. Our first officially supported platform is Relativity. Using ReadySuite, you’ll be able to export coding and field data from Relativity directly into our document grid. From there you can link coding to your volume and begin production QC steps, or simply select some fields from Relativity, perform data edits in ReadySuite and export a supplemental DAT to send to your client.…

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Feature: Open CSV/DAT Files Quickly

We’re working towards our next major release – and have several awesome changes to write about. New is the ability to open a CSV file, a Concordance DAT file, and other delimited based load files without the use of the import wizard. Just select the delimited file, be it .csv, .dat, or .txt, we’ll detect the encoding, schema, and immediately import all the fields into the document grid. See this feature in action below: When you open a delimited load file directly, ReadySuite will enter what…

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