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PowerShell: CPM – Parameter Management Module

In the intro I discussed my need to manage all script parameters centrally. To do this I want to create a PowerShell module to manage the parameters and to store the data in a SQL database.

In my previous articles I explained how I created a new SQL table, a new custom data-type, and simplified collecting data from a SQL database.

So now it is time for the final step: creating the management module.

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PowerShell : CPM – SQL Connection

In the intro I discussed my need to manage all script parameters centrally. To do this I want to create a PowerShell module to manage the parameters and to store the data in a SQL database.

I started by creating the database and in my previous article I discused how to define a new custom parameter data-type.

In this article I will simplify working with a SQL database.

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PowerShell: CPM – New Parameter Object

In the intro I discussed my need to manage all script parameters centrally. To do this I want to create a PowerShell module to manage the parameters and to store the data in the SQL table I created in my previous article.

Now lets create a new object-type!

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PowerShell: CPM – Creating SQL Table

In the intro I discussed my need to manage all script parameters centrally. To do this I want to create a PowerShell module to manage the parameters and to store the data in a SQL database.

First things first, lets set up a SQL database and table.

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PowerShell: Centralised Parameter Management – Intro

Problem

I want to manage all script parameters centraly so that when I need to change a parameter I don’t have to change it in every script.
Preferably the option of managing the parameters in a web-based dashboard.

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