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#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 4

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 4

Filtering using XPath is not limited to queries that make sure that existing value is equal to value that we are interested in. If the data within XML is numeric,… Read more »

#PSTip How to properly validate GUID parameter

#PSTip How to properly validate GUID parameter

Most of you probably know how to create a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) with the following code: But, let’s say, I have a function that has a GUID parameter. To… Read more »

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 3

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 3

Filtering data with XPath works very well even if we need more complex filters that require information from different levels in the XML document. Perfect example of such document is… Read more »

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 2

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 2

XPath can be used to apply ‘filter left’ philosophy to XML documents. For example we can find any h1 element with ‘title’ id using the following syntax: Note: You can… Read more »

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 1

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 1

This is the first tip in a series of Select-Xml/XPath tips. Working with XML documents in PowerShell is relatively easy. For most things it is enough to read XML file… Read more »

Dynamic Parameters in C# Cmdlets

Dynamic Parameters in C# Cmdlets

In my last article I wrote, I covered how to create dynamic parameters in a PowerShell cmdlet. If you haven’t read that article, please read that one before continuing with… Read more »

#PSTip Be cautious with profile customizations and PowerShell Workflow

#PSTip Be cautious with profile customizations and PowerShell Workflow

When working with Windows PowerShell Workflow, there are things to be aware of which can break workflow from working. One such thing is customizations made in the PowerShell profile. Let’s… Read more »

Dynamic Parameters in PowerShell

Dynamic Parameters in PowerShell

Has there ever been a time when you wanted to call a function or cmdlet with specific parameters that were based on conditional criteria that is provided? As an example:… Read more »

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