Posted On: Feb 22, 2018
Containers are helpful in grouping different tasks together. Each one of them has a purpose that helps in performing various tasks. Here is a list of containers.
When we have to execute a particular task for a fixed number of times, this container is used. If we need to start a loop for 5 times, then we can specify the number while using this container. This saves time as we need not repeatedly do the same task for 5 times. We also need not declare 5 different packages to complete the task.
If the number of times a task is to be executed and we are unaware of the exact number, then this container is used. When we execute such a task, each and every folder is selected. Then the task takes place one by one. As soon as it is complete, we are informed that the task is complete.
These are used when we have to group two or more similar tasks. It is a simple container in the SISS package.
A task host container is a default container in SISS. This is not found in the toolbox as does not need any implementation. This automatically gets assigned to each task that is performed.
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