How can the fulltext status of a document be checked?
1. Check the actual fulltext status in a file cabinet
With following statement you can request the actual state in the [file cabinet]_PAGE table of the file cabinet in the DWData database (Fulltext state of all document pages in the file cabinet):
select ftstatus, count(ftstatus) as Number_DocumentPages
from [file cabinet]_PAGE
group by ftstatus;
Additional info - Overview on FTSTATUS (Fulltext status) in the _PAGE table:
- FTSTATUS 0: Write fulltext data new into the _PAGE table
- FTSTATUS 1: Textshot created
- FTSTATUS 2: Error during creation of the textshot
- FTSTATUS 3: Document page completely transferred to SOLR and fulltext index path
2. Get the fulltext status of a document page
Obtain the DocID (document ID) of the document first. Then you can get the SECTIONID (section number) in the [file cabinet]_SECT table by filtering using the DOCID.
Finally you can get the FTSTATUS of the document page using the SECTIONID as a filter.
2.1 Find out the DOCID
In the Web Client, open a document in the viewer and then select "Show index entries" from the Tools menu.
Choose the option "system entries" on the pop-up dialog to display the document-ID (see screenshot down below).
2.2 Find the SECTIONID
With the following statement you can display the SECTIONID (section number) of a document using the DOCID asa filter (see screenshot below):
where DWDOCID = DocID;
2.3 Find out the fulltext status of the document page
After retrieving the SECTIONID you can get the FTSTATUS of a document page with another query:
where SECTIONID = SectionID;
If you want to display the FTSTATUS of a document with several pages at the same time this statement can be used (see screenshot below):
where SECTIONID between [FirstSectionID] and [LastSectionID];