Monitor 10.11 | Document Monitoring | Viewing Detailed Information for a Document
 
Viewing Detailed Information for a Document
You can view detailed information for the documents that Monitor displays in the search results on the Documents page. In the search results, locate the document for which to view details and click View Detail icon View Detail. Monitor displays the Document Detail page.
The Document Information panel displays information that identifies the document as follows:
*Fully qualified name and identifier of the document, and date and time the document was logged.
*Type of the document (that is, webMethods Broker (deprecated), Failed, In Doubt, or Retries Exceeded).
*For webMethods Broker (deprecated) documents, ID of the publishing webMethods Broker (deprecated).
*For In Doubt documents received from webMethods Broker (deprecated), Failed documents that failed during delivery or retrieval, and Retries Exceeded documents that could not be delivered, the client ID for the intended recipient.
*For Failed documents that failed during publishing and for Retries Exceeded documents that could not be published, no client ID is listed.
*For an In Doubt document received from Universal Messaging, the message ID (or UUID) assigned to the document by Integration Server and the document ID automatically generated by the auditing subsystem in Integration Server.
Note:
An In Doubt document received from Universal Messaging does not have a client ID. In the search results, the Document Details page displays “NA” for the client ID.
*If the document was logged by webMethods Broker (deprecated), date and time the webMethods Broker (deprecated) first enqueued the document (that is, added it to the first subscriber's queue).
The Control Actions panel displays information relating to document resubmission, as follows:
*User name of the user that resubmitted the document and date and time the document was resubmitted.
*For webMethods Broker (deprecated) documents, the webMethods Broker (deprecated) to which the document was delivered (always the webMethods Broker (deprecated) to which the Monitor-equipped Integration Server is connected).