This recipe builds upon the previous recipe that showed how to route documents between document libraries in a site.
Using Content Organizer, it is possible to route documents to different sites. There are many uses for this type of functionality. For instance, proposals can be uploaded to a common site but routed to an appropriate site based on its metadata properties.
This gives an out of the box power to SharePoint, which is beneficial to users. It also helps manage the size of document libraries through intelligent routing. No longer does an organization need to keep all documents in one place and then implement an archiving solution when the library grows too large.
This recipe shows how to implement the aforementioned ...