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Replication queues and error notification

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Is there a way to set the replication queues to send out notifications when there are errors and/or blockage? It is hard for some to know when the queues are slow in processing or when they are blocked. Often errors and blockages aren't detected until hours or days have passed. Is there a way to have the queues send out notification messages to administrators so that they can take earlier action? It is a pain to have to sit and monitor the queues manually when large amounts of data are being processed.

The AEM's version is 6.1

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You can implement a replication event handler for this purpose. See this article to learn how https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/using/replication_events.html.

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You can implement a replication event handler for this purpose. See this article to learn how https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/using/replication_events.html.

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I have the service created now when it starts up I receive an error:

error.log:13.11.2015 08:33:01.217 *WARN* [OsgiInstallerImpl] org.apache.felix.eventadmin Service [com.adobe.aem.events.replication.ReplicationEventHandler,4929, [java.lang.Runnable, org.osgi.service.event.EventHandler]] EventAdmin: Invalid EVENT_TOPICS : Missing - Ignoring ServiceReference [[java.lang.Runnable, org.osgi.service.event.EventHandler] |...

What could be wrong? What are valid event topics?

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I've gotten past the invalid topic issue. Now my question is how would I know or track if there are queued items that are in a stuck state or have failed?