I did not find anything on this Problem, perhaps no one uses this feature.
For each Jenkins Job, there is a this entry on the left side menu "changes". You can see the SCM changes from the checked out files in a table with Action, Author, Filemane, Revision, CP ID Date and Check in comment and also links to the integrity Project are created.
But using the local client in the Integrity Plugin, it creates a another look of the changes. The checked out files are just a list, no links and all. Very ugly.
On the following site is explained how the Jenkins plugin developer should write their SCM plugins changelog part.
It seems that the Java class "IntegrityLcChangeLogParser.java" of the local client does not make use of the proposed XML structure in aboves link.
The Java class "IntegrityChangeLogParser.java" for the "normal" remote Integrity Connection creates changelog.xmls in the correct maner.
Attached the changelog.xml of a local Client and a remote Client.