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An entity that provides life cycle management, security, deployment, and runtime services to components. each type of container (EJB, Web, JSP, servlet, applet, and application client) also provides component-specific services.

containerAn application or object that can contain other objects.

An entity that provides life cycle management, security, deployment, and runtime services to components . each type of container (EJB , web , JSP , servlet , applet , and application client ) also provides component-specific services.

- class java.awt..Container  public class Container extends Component  Tree:java.lang.Object - java.awt.Component - java.awt.Container A generic abstract window Toolkit(AWT) container object is a component that can contain other AWT components.

- constructor for class java.awt.Container  public Container ()Constructs a new Container. containers can be extended directly, but are lightweight in this case and must be contained by a parent somewhere higher up in the component tree that is native. (such as frame for example).

A single rigid, sealed, reusable metal "box" in which merchandise is shipped by vessel, truck, or rail

air cargo containers are designed in various sizes and irregular shapes to conform to the inside dimensions of a specific aircraft.

designed to be moved inland on its own chassis, an ocean container can be loaded at the shipper's plant for shipment overseas. the average outside dimensions are generally 20, 35, and 40 feet in length, 8 feet wide, and 8 feet high.

An article of transport equipment that meets american national standards Institute/ international organization for standardization standards that is designed to be transported by various modes of transportation. these containers are also designed to facilitate and optimize the carriage of goods by one or more modes of transportation without intermediate handling of the contents and equipped with features permitting ready handling and transfer from one mode to another. containers may be fully enclosed with one or more doors, open top, refrigerated, tank, open rack, gondola, flatrack, and other designs. see also containerization. (JP 4-01)  

Container may refer to:an item in which things are stored, such as a boxa shipping container, storage for cargo transport, see containerizationcommercial packaging used to store consumer goods, such as boxes, bottles, and cans; see packaging and labellingcontainers such as Tupperware and Rubbermaid brands; see food storagea skydiving container, which stores the parachute on a skydiving rigContainer (film), a 2006 film by Lukas Moodysson

A uniform, sealed, reusable metal "box" in which merchandise is shipped byvessel, truck, or rail. standard lengths include 10, 20, 30, and 40 feet(40 foot lengths are generally able to hold about 40,000 pounds).Containers of 45 and 48 feet are also used, as well as containers forshipment by air

A van, flatrack, open top trailer or other similar trailer body on or into which cargo is loaded and transported without chassis aboard ocean vessels.; a large rectangular or square container/box of a strong structure that can withstand continuous rough handling from ship to shore and back. It opens from one side to allow cargo to be stacked and stowed into it.

A large standard size metal box into which cargo is packed for shipment aboard specially configured oceangoing containerships and designed to be moved with common handling equipment enabling high-speed intermodal transfers in economically large units between ships, railcars, truck chassis, and barges using a minimum of labor. the container, therefore, serves as the transfer unit rather than the cargo contained therein. (MARAD1)

A component other than piping that contains a hazardous fluid. (49CFR193)

A receptacle designed to transport cargo of many types in continuous transportation.

1. a uniform, sealed, reusable metal "box" in which merchandise is shipped by vessel, truck, or rail. standard lengths include 10, 20, 30, and 40 feet (40 foot lengths are generally able to hold about 40,000 pounds). containers of 45 and 48 feet are also used, as well as containers for shipment by air.2. a standardized metal storage unit that can be transported via train, truck, airplane or freighter ship. large containers have shortened the time and labor required to load and unload many smaller items of merchandise.

Noun1. any object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another) (hypernym) instrumentality, instrumentation (hyponym) bag (derivation) hold, bear, carry, contain


One who, or that which, contains.  


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