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getContainerItemName(target, key, callback)

Updated on July 20, 2021

Obtains the name of the container item if a unique key is present in the container data.


The name of the container item as a string.


targetstringThe target container whose data is searched.
keystringThe unique key that is searched for in the container data.
callbackContainerCallbackThe function executed for each unique key in the container item till it returns true, indicating that the key has been found.
Note: If this parameter is not defined, a strict comparison is used to find the key.

Usage example

In this example, the API searches for the R-1234 key in the app/primary container and obtains the resulting container item’s name.

PCore.getContainerUtils().getContainerItemName('app/primary', 'R-1234');

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