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What are Destination Queues used for in K2.net™ 2003?

This component enables you to create reusable lists of workflow participants who are responsible for the completion of workflow task items. Destination queues can only be created at design-time. One advantage of destination queues is that when a new user is added to Active Directory the K2.net™ 2003 Server will pick up the user automatically, provided that the user belongs to a group or organizational unit used in the Destination Queue. You can set the refresh rate of a destination queue in the K2.net™ 2003 Service Manager. The K2.net™ 2003 Server will retrieve the list of users in the queue according to the refresh interval time set for that queue.

To change the refresh interval for a queue, do the following:
  •  Open the K2.net™ 2003 Service Manager.
  •  Click on "Queues" in the tree view.
  •  Right-click on the "Queue" and select "Change Interval".
 
 
  •  Change the interval and click "Ok".