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This topic provides scenarios for how you might use load splitter configuration and how you can use threshold and batch size to manage your tasks. You may use this feature differently, depending on your business model.
A software company periodically imports several thousands of accounts, contacts, and other data (for example, assets, products, and so on) from a legacy system. The company uses load splitter configuration to make sure this newly imported information has correct visibility to the right people using the Siebel application. In this case, the assignment administrator is spared the responsibility of load balancing because load splitter configuration automatically identifies how to distribute the imported data evenly among the available application servers.
A consumer goods company periodically makes changes to assignment rules. The company uses load splitter configuration to make sure all accounts and contacts are reassigned in optimal time. In this case, the assignment administrator is spared the time-consuming responsibility of planning and determining what resources are available for the realignment.
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