Should you receive an error message indicating the dictionary is damaged, you can repair it using the Dictionary Optimization dialog's Repair Damaged Dictionary checkbox. This will go through the dictionary and rebuild its internal structure and verify that all internal links are correct. It will also tell you if there are any unrecoverable errors.
Repairing the dictionary can take some time, and you may want to optimize the dictionary for best performance afterwards.
Tip: Make a backup copy of your dictionary file before you repair it. This is just a precaution, but it is a good idea in case there is still a problem with the repaired dictionary.
If dictionary repair cannot fix your dictionary, contact Aurora Systems Technical Support for more information.