June, 2008

  • Michiel Wories' WebLog

    What? No cmdlets? -- SQL Server Powershell

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    When you start using the SQL Server Powershell extensions, you will find there are not a whole lot of cmdlets. The expectation is indeed that Powershell support means: cmdlets for every administrative operation you can perform. Did we miss something here...
  • Michiel Wories' WebLog

    Some background on the use of minishells, such as SQLPS

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    Jeffrey Snover posted a very clear article about minishells and SQL Server's use of it: http://blogs.msdn.com/powershell/archive/2008/06/23/sql-minishells.aspx Jeffrey is Powershell's Architect, well respected in the Powershell community, and it...
  • Michiel Wories' WebLog

    Evaluating SQL Server Policies through Powershell

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    I found this ping-back on my previous blog post which gives a good overview of one very useful cmdlet that we ship with the Powershell extensions that SQL Server 2008 will deliver. A very helpful article one of the SQL Server MVPs, Lara Rubbelke , on...
  • Michiel Wories' WebLog

    SQL Server Powershell is here!

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    I am very excited that SQL Server will ship with a pretty solid first release of Powershell extensions with SQL Server 2008. The SQL Server Powershell extensions deliver on a vision that we’ll expand on in the next releases to come. So what’s in this release of SQL Server Powershell?...
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