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Creating a real-time container

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To create a new Container, go to Content Real-Time Artifacts and in the Create menu in the Containers landing page select Container. Enter a unique name for the Container in the short description field and click Create and open to launch the Container rule form.

Creating a real-time container in the Containers landing page
Real-time artifacts view showing the Containers landing page and the Create option with
          the Container selected.

The Container rule form has the following tabs:

Tab Name Purpose
Container Details

Specify the availability details for the container; view Campaigns and Next-Best-Action configuration associated with this container.

Is this container currently active?
No, this Container will not respond to requests at this time – select this option if this container is not yet supposed to respond to external channels with actions.
Yes, this Container will respond to requests – select this option if this container is supposed to respond to external channels with actions.
Impression capture
Captured on retrieval – select this option if the impression records are to be captured in the Interaction History table. Take into consideration the volume and traffic before selecting this option, as Interaction History table can grow very fast, which can affect the performance of the application.
Captured by Channel – select this option if the external system is capturing the impression records.
Click through behavior
Capture click through and initiate offer flow – select this option if the container is supposed to initiate an offer flow as well. This option is normally not selected for inbound implementations.
Capture click through only – select this option, if the container is supposed to capture click trough statistics only.
History Specify the Description and Usage information for this Container.
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