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Verifying the creation


  1. Double-click tAzureStorageContainerExist to open its Component view.
  2. Select the component whose connection details will be used to set up the Azure storage connection. In this example, it is tAzureStorageConnection_1.
  3. In the Container name field, enter the name of the container you need to check whether it exists.
  4. Double-click tJava to open its Component view.
  5. In the Code field, enter System.out.println();
  6. In the Outline panel, which, by default, is found to the left side of the Component view, expand the tAzureStorageContainerExist node.
  7. From the Outline panel, drop the CONTAINER_EXIST global variable into the parentheses in the code in the Component view in order to make the code read: System.out.println(((Boolean)globalMap.get("tAzureStorageContainerExist_1_CONTAINER_EXIST")));

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