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Court Integration Services enables authorized agencies’ systems to exchange information with the Minnesota Judicial Branch systems.

Integrated eFiling Services allow an authorized agency's system to submit cases and case updates to Minnesota Judicial Branch systems. 

Subsequent Filing

Subsequent Filing allows authorized agencies to file and/or serve documents through eFS.

Sample SoapHeader showing the eFS Credentials being included in the FilingUser element
       Soap Header
Messages submitted together
       Core Filing Message
       Payment Message
       Submission Agreement Message
Synchronous response from courts to partner
       Message Receipt Message - Success
       Message Receipt Message - Error 
Asynchronous response from courts to partner
       Review Filing Callback Message - accepted
       Review Filing Callback Message - rejected
Synchromous response from partner to courts after receiving the Review Filing Callback Message
       Message Receipt Message

Messages are exchanged using the format specified by Electronic Court Filing (ECF) 4.0 as much as possible. However, we have added additional message and extended the schema slightly (as defined in MSCExtensions-4.0.xsd)

For additional information, see these resources:
Oasis Home
Legal XML Home
SimpleType Schemas and Companion Files
MQ Series

Queue Manager
  • Development: MSCJB01D
  • Test/QA: MSCJB01T
  • Production: MSCJB01P
Web Services
Service AddressWebServices/ElectronicCourtFiling/FilingReviewService_4_0.svc
A copy of the WSDL is available on our public website. By default this points at the Test/QA environment. At runtime you will need to update the endpoint address to reflect the environment you are using.
Filing Review Service WSDL
C# Windows application developed using Visual Studio 2017 that file and serves documents into an existing case.