AsgnSrvr can take in the following input arguments based on underlying

Asgnsrvr can take in the following input arguments

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AsgnSrvr can take in the following input arguments based on underlying component parameters: AsgnKey, CopyPersonSpecData, and so on. Component Parameters The property set that contains all the parameters for the specified server component. This property set must be added as a child of each (previous) Object Type property set. NOTE: It is not possible to pass parameters such as Assignment Key, Regular Assign, and Reporting Mode using the Load Splitter Service business service. If you specify any of these values to be passed by the load splitter as property name and value pairs, they are ignored. For example, the Assignment Key is ignored and Batch Assignment chooses the default All AM Rule Set component parameter rather than the particular rule group that you want to execute. Set Server Component Object Type Parameter Indicates which parameter to populate with the object type. Set Server Component SQL Parameter Indicates which parameter to populate with the load-balanced SQL statement.
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Siebel Assignment Manager Administration Guide Version 8.1, Rev. A Siebel Assignment Manager Load Splitter Configuration Distribute Data Method 298 Usage Input for load splitter configuration comes from any service that intends to use it, for example Target Object Selector (TOS), a business service. Load splitter configuration splits the objects that need processing into separate batches and submits those batches to a the server component, such as Assignment Manager (AsgnSrvr) in the example that follows. Invoked From You can invoke the load splitter using a workflow process, business service, scripting, and so on. Example The following is sample code for invoking load splitter configuration using a business service. function LoadSplitterCreateInputs() { var psInputArgs; var psOutputArgs; var psObjTypes; var psSrvrCompParams; var pService; psInputArgs = TheApplication().NewPropertySet(); psInputArgs.SetProperty ("Request Id", "LoadSplitterTest"); psInputArgs.SetProperty ("Configuration Id", "42-4VPGT"); psInputArgs.SetProperty ("Mode", "Write"); psInputArgs.SetProperty ("Server Component", "AsgnSrvr"); psInputArgs.SetProperty ("Set Server Component Object Type Parameter", "AsgnObjName"); psInputArgs.SetProperty ("Set Server Component SQL Parameter", "ObjRowSqlStmt"); psObjTypes = TheApplication().NewPropertySet(); psObjTypes.SetType ("Object Type"); psObjTypes.SetValue ("Account"); psObjTypes.SetProperty("SQL", "SELECT ROW_ID FROM SIEBEL.S_ORG_EXT WHERE NAME LIKE 'K%TEST%'"); psInputArgs.AddChild (psObjTypes); psObjTypes = TheApplication().NewPropertySet(); psObjTypes.SetType ("Object Type"); psObjTypes.SetValue ("Opportunity"); psObjTypes.SetProperty ("SQL", "SELECT ROW_ID FROM SIEBEL.S_OPTY WHERE NAME LIKE 'K%TEST%'"); psInputArgs.AddChild (psObjTypes); psSrvrCompParams = TheApplication().NewPropertySet(); psSrvrCompParams.SetType ("Component Parameters"); psInputArgs.AddChild (psSrvrCompParams); psOutputArgs = TheApplication().NewPropertySet(); pService = TheApplication().GetService("Load Splitter Service"); pService.InvokeMethod ("DistributeData", psInputArgs, psOutputArgs); }
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Siebel Assignment Manager Administration Guide Version 8.1, Rev. A 299 A
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