SCSM PowerShell Cmdlets Beta 2

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Change Set: 62068
Released: Jan 21, 2011
Updated: Jan 21, 2011 by jtruher
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Release Notes

This is the second BETA release of the System Center Service Manager Cmdlets (SMLets) module.
This module requires System Center Service Manager SP1 and PowerShell V2

To install, unzip the archive into your modules directory, then run:
PS> import-module SMLets

Additions

Aliases
Export-SCSMManagementPack
Get-SCSMManagementPack
Get-SCSMManagementPackElement
Import-SCSMManagementPack
New-SCSealedManagementPack
New-SCSMManagementPack
Remove-SCManagementPack
New Cmdlets
Get-SCSMObjectTemplate
Get-SCSMRelationshipObject
Get-SCSMSession
New-SCSMObjectProjection
New-SCSMRelationshipObject
New-SCSMSession
Remove-SCSMRelationshipObject
Remove-SCSMSession
Set-SCSMObjectTemplate
Set-SCSMRunAsAccount

Fixes

r62068
Security.cs
Added Set-SCSMRunAsAccount cmdlet
r62067
Announcement.cs
Fixed a minor bug in an error message.
r62057
Test-7730.ps1
Incident.cs
SMHelpers.cs
fix for 7730 - added SupportGroup to new-scsmincident and set-scsmincident
also add adaptation so SupportGroup is now visible in output of
get-scsmincident
r62056
Test-6798.ps1
created directory for test scripts
Created test for fix of 6798
r62055
Incident.cs
ReadMe.txt
SMHelpers.cs
fix for 6798 - Enumerations are now found via id, name or displayname based on base enumeration
r62021
SMHelpers.cs
fix for 7734 - attached file handle retained, close and dispose are now called in finally block
r61919
EntityObjects.cs
update Get-SCSMObjectProjection with same adaptation logic as Incident
r61918
EntityObjects.cs
Incident.cs
SMLets.Types.ps1xml
updated EntityObjects.cs to add cmdlet context free helper for adapting EMO object. This can now be called from script
Add ScriptMethod to EnterpriseManagementObject to use new helper
update Get-SCSMIncident to handle multiple relationships better
r59372
EntityObjects.cs
Add relationship object cmdlets
r59371
EntityObjects.cs
SMLets.Format.ps1xml
SMLets.Types.ps1xml
get-smproperty.ps1
additions for new projection cmdlet
r57446
EntityObjects.cs
fix bug in Get-EntityObjects (extraneous WriteObject - QueryOption in line 660 - would always throw in PS because of format errors)
r57270
EntityObjects.cs
SMLets.Types.ps1xml
adding MaxCount to Object and Projection Getters
r56999
EntityObjects.cs
Change message in EndProcessing of Remove-SCSMObject to "Commit" rather than "removing all instances"
r56938
Identifiers.cs
Incident.cs
SMHelpers.cs
support adding user comments to incidents
Set-SCSMIncident now has a UserComment parameter to add user comments
to an incident
r56207
SMLets.csproj
update project file to include new session.cs
r56206
EntityObjects.cs
EntityTypes.cs
Helper.cs
SMLets.Format.ps1xml
Session.cs
Invoke-Test.ps1
test001.ps1
test002.ps1
test003.ps1
build.ps1
test001.ps1: added new cmdlets to check
test002.ps1: added new exceptions for Session cmdlets to not look for ComputerName and Credential
test003.ps1: fixed assumption that we are always getting an array
invoke-test.ps1: test existence before attempting to remove log file
smlets.format.ps1xml: add deserialized types for formating, remove TypeProjection from Projection table
build.ps1: add Session cmdlets to build file
helper.cs: add session cmdlet support
EntityObjects.cs: put projection adaptation code in try/catch
EntityTypes.cs: Add ProjectionName to TypeNames collection
r55931
ManagementPack.cs
SMLets.Format.ps1xml
SMLets.Types.ps1xml
get-smproperty.ps1
update bug in MPB handling
add userrole to types file
make get-smproperties pipe-able
add width for one of the tables
r55502
EntityObjects.cs
SMLets.Types.ps1xml
updated Get-SCSMObjectProjection to try to handle filter as criteria (so
the filter string can be xml criteria).
r55258
EntityObjects.cs
Fix a bad bug when using filter and classes from an unsealed MP
r55256
ReadMe.txt
fix typos

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