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How do I programmatically determine if a database index is corrupt? Is there any standard LOG message that comes for a corrupt index that I can capture in my program?
I would search the Lotus Knowlegebase for 'Index Error'. It will give you a list of Indexing errors which might be quite common. There are also reporting events which can send notifications to administrators if there are certain kinds of failures on a server. I'm not sure if you are running the reporting task or if the task even tracks the kind of failures you are looking for. It's something to research.

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