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Server job queue log

This form is used to view a history of, and troubleshoot server jobs, primarily for technical support purposes if required.

A server job is a task run by the server in response to a User request for a long running operation or as part of an automated recurring process initiated by the server itself and usually related to "housekeeping" tasks that keep the server running in good order.

For example both the automated daily backup and rendering a report from a User request are common types of server jobs.

Authorization Roles required

Editing or viewing this object in detail is only available to Users with the following roles:

Full access

  • System operations

Read only access

  • Business administration
  • Business administration - restricted
  • System operations - restricted

How to access the Job Queue

The Job Queue form is accessed in the following ways:

Job Queue data table

The Job Queue data table is a log of the last 14 days of customer notification email deliveries both failed and successful and access to common data table menu options.

14 days

AyaNova automatically deletes Job Queue entries older than 14 days.

Job Queue data table columns

Time stamp

The date and time the Job queue entry was logged.


Information reported by the job. Each job is unique and reports different information depending on the job's task.


If a Job has a unique identifier it's listed here. This can be used in conjunction with the server log for troubleshooting some issues.

In addition to the common edit form menu options the Job Queue form also has these options:


This option copies the job queue log in .json format.

Submit test job

This option triggers a test job to diagnose if the server is processing jobs as it should.

The test job goes through the normal job process and for it's test task it counts down 30 seconds before completing the job.

Any errors will be reported back in the Job Queue log. If the Job completes normally it indicates that the job processor is still in operation at the server.