If you migrate an object from one organization to another, you can use the fetchState and loadState resources to synchronize the object states and run time attributes between the organizations.
For example, in Organization A, a
task with a Sequence Generator transformation has a NEXTVAL value of 3270. The same task was migrated to Organization B, however the NEXTVAL value in Organization B is 0. You want to synchronize the task's state between Organization A and Organization B so that the NEXTVAL value in both organizations has a value of 3270. You use the fetchState and loadState resources to synchronize the NEXTVAL value so that you can run the task in Organization B while preserving the sequence of numbers.
You can make up to 100 fetchState and 100 loadState calls each day.
To use the fetchState and loadState resources, the organizations must have the appropriate license.
The process of synchronizing object states is similar to the process of migrating objects. To synchronize object states, you fetch the states in the primary organization using the fetchState resource, and you load them into the target organization using the loadState resource.