Archives: February 2010
The over-reliance on a familiar tool is best described with the quote, “if all you have is hammer, everything looks like nail” and for database professionals this means using or sometimes misusing T-SQL. Whenever database administrators are presented with a scripting problem they instinctively reach for good-old-familiar T-SQL. And why… Read more
As a finishing touch for the SQL Server Powershell Extensions 2.0 Release I wanted to provide an online version of the help documentation I created from both comment-based and MAML formats. I had two requirements I need to be able to automatically convert comment-based and MAML-based help into static HTML… Read more
This post is about my experience converting the CodePlex project, SQL Server Powershell Extensions (SQLPSX) Powershell V1 function libraries into PowerShell V2 Advanced functions within modules.
In order to provide context for people reading this blog post a quick timeline is needed:
- Powershell V1 was released in November 2006