What is the Job Queue? 

The Language Studio Job Queue is a dynamic screen, that gives you up-to-date details on all the translated jobs that have gone through your account.

Overview of the Job Queue screen

Click Menu>Job History to access the Language Studio Job Queue. The first tab you will see is a Filters screen, so you can run queries on (for example specific dates, or for specific engines). The default is all jobs and engines for today. Click either the Results tab, or press the Query button.

In the Results tab you will see a list of the jobs ran specific to the query.

Click on Advanced to see an expanded overview.

The translation job events are made up of the following columns:

Date Submitted (Basic & Advanced) – The time the job was submitted for translation

Date Last Updated (Advanced) – The time the job completed.

Start Date (Advanced) – The time the job was picked up by Language Studio to start processing the job.

End Date (Advanced) – The time the job was finished translating by Language Studio.

Job Type (Basic & Advanced) – The type of translation that was submitted.

Batch Name (Advanced) – If a batch number was set for the translation.

Project (Basic & Advanced) – Project folder specific to the translation.

LP (Basic & Advanced) – Language Pair for the translation

Domain (Basic & Advanced) – The sub-domain engine used for the translation.

Words (Basic & Advanced) – Amount of individual Translation segments that were translated in the job.

User (Advanced) – Name of the user who did the translation.

File (Basic & Advanced) – The Job ID, the names of the input and the output files.

Percent Complete (Basic & Advanced) – There are 27 steps to the translation process; this shows which step it is currently on or where it stopped.

Status (Basic & Advanced) – Status of the job. You may want to contact our Technical support (support@omniscien.com) if any of the jobs show as Error or Complete with Warning.

Filtering your Search

Filter your search by doing the following:

Dates - Either enter the dates in the Date Range Criteria or use the date range, time specific buttons.