Using C# to Create PowerShell Cmdlets: Beyond the Basics

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 22 Jul 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

It is just the first stage to make your C# Cmdlet do what it is supposed to do. Even though cmdlets are used at the commandline, they need a whole range of features to make life easier for the end user. These include such refinements as providing documentation, validating inputs, providing a manifest, and implementing the common parameters.…The post Using C# to Create PowerShell Cmdlets: Beyond the Basics appeared first on Simple Talk....

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