When we see an OCLC symbol in a lender string twice, there are usually two things that can happen:
- If they are next to each other in the string, ILLiad will make one request, but with extra time to fill it.
String example: ABC, ABC, ABC, DEF. In this example, ABC would have three times the normal amount of time to fill this request.
- If they are not next to each other in the string, ILLiad will make a second request.
String example: ABC, DEF, ABC, GHI, ABC. In this example, ABC could end up with three separate ILLiad requests.