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You can use the Watch Queues function to monitor the queues. You can track the processing of documents and check to see whether errors have occurred. In particular, you can check whether the system cannot preprocess, index, or optimize documents. If such problems occur, you can get more information on individual documents using the Get Entries/Documents function.


A table displays the following information:

Information Purpose

Queue ID

Queue ID

Queue State

Current status of the queue (seeWhat Does the Status of a Queue Mean?).

Last index/optimize

Time at which the queue server last triggered indexing or optimization.

Return Code

Return value that the index server sends to the queue server.


  • Return value = 0

    The current processing step was successful.

  • Return value <> 0

    An error occurred.

Delayed ... Invalid

Overview of how many documents have each status (seeWhat Does the Status of a Document Mean?).

The values in the column Invalid have the following meanings:

  • Value = 0

    There are no errors.

  • Value <> 0

    An error occurred. Check the trace files of the index and queue servers.


    When you next display the queue, fewer documents may have the status OK. This can occur if the application sends documents that have already been indexed to TREX again. These documents are subjected to the entire processing run again. The queue server therefore changes the document status back from OK to To Be Preprocessed.