This is in the congressional record from yesterday:
RESOLUTION OVER, UNDER THE RULE-S. RES. 18 Mr. MCCONNELL. Mr. President, I have a resolution at the desk. The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The clerk will report the resolution by title. The assistant legislative clerk read as follows: A resolution (S. Res. 18) making majority party appointments for the 114th Congress. Mr. MCCONNELL. I ask for its immediate consideration, and to send the resolution over, under the rule, and I object to my own request. The PRESIDENT pro tempore. Objection is heard. The resolution will go over, under the rule.
What does it mean to send a resolution "over, under the rule" and what purpose does the requester objecting to his own request serve?