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Items are added to the queue in a loop process, so start and end Loops are the two actions items that act as bookends between the remainder of the process (aside from Start and Stop), Following the Loop Start, one needs an Action Item using Internal Business Object 'Work Queue" and action item "Is Item in Queue", Inputs are the Queue Name (Format: "Text") and the Key (Format: [Collection.Collection Field] ), Other parameters should be either True or False (no quotes); Flag Output Data Item of Result (Format = Result) to retain either a true or false value. Next Stage will be a decision stage that will answer the question, Does Data Item Result = True (Expression Format: [Result]=True ), If True, then process moves on to the Loop End Stage and Loops back or starts over; if Result contains a False value, the process moves to next action stage which is a Multi-Calc Stage. The purpose of the Multi-Calc stage is to pull the Collection listing all records into a one row collection which will populate the queue. The Multi-Calc Stage Inputs will pull successive items from the source collection and store in the targeted single row collection. Format of the From Expression to the Store In Expression contains both the collection name and the field to be populated. Expression Format = [Collection Name.Field Name]; The Store In Format is the same but without brackets: Collection Name.Field Name. After the single row collection is populated, another Action Stage is needed to Add to the Queue. The Action's business object is once again "Work Queues" and the action is "Add to the Queue". Inputs needed are the Queue Name (in Quotes) where the items will be added and the Collection ( with collection name in [brackets] ) where the single row of data to be added to the queue resides.