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Is declared position of a script parameter ignored by PowerShell?


Is declared position of a script parameter ignored by PowerShell?

By : adams_zhu
Date : November 28 2020, 11:01 PM
I wish this help you when you declare lower position number greater than "0" or different between numbers more than "1" ,position of your lower position number will declare "0" and once parameter closest bigger than lowest declare with "1" and next bigger declare with position "2" and so on . like this photo :
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powershell - Invoke-Command : The value of the FilePath parameter must be a Windows PowerShell script file

powershell - Invoke-Command : The value of the FilePath parameter must be a Windows PowerShell script file


By : Anil
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I have a re-usable script that I've been using with success calling a remote ps1 file but now I'm trying to call a remote batch file and I get the following error message - , You should use -ScriptBlock parameter instead of -FilePath:
code :
Invoke-Command -ComputerName Servername -ScriptBlock {& "$using:ItemLocation$using:FileName"} -Authentication CredSSP -Credential $Credential
Invoke-Command -ComputerName Servername -ScriptBlock {param($ItemLocation,$FileName) & "$ItemLocation$FileName"} -ArgumentList $ItemLocation,$FileName -Authentication CredSSP -Credential $Credential
How to execute another powershell script with dynamic path, optional parameter and array parameter?

How to execute another powershell script with dynamic path, optional parameter and array parameter?


By : wasim
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps To interpret .\$theDirectory\SubScript.ps1 as expandable string and expand value of $theDirectory variable, you should use invoke operator &.
code :
& .\$theDirectory\SubScript.ps1 -OptionalParam $theOptionalParam -ArrayParam $theArrayParam
{& .\$theDirectory\SubScript.ps1 -OptionalParam $theOptionalParam -ArrayParam $theArrayParam}.
Ast.EndBlock.Statements[0].PipelineElements[0].CommandElements[0].GetType().Name
# ExpandableStringExpressionAst
{.\$theDirectory\SubScript.ps1 -OptionalParam $theOptionalParam -ArrayParam $theArrayParam}.
Ast.EndBlock.Statements[0].PipelineElements[0].CommandElements[0].GetType().Name
# StringConstantExpressionAst
Powershell script invoke-expression looking at string parameter passed to script called and finding errors in it

Powershell script invoke-expression looking at string parameter passed to script called and finding errors in it


By : Dushanz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I have a script that collects error messages, and it calls another script with the error string so my other script can email me about the error. However, invoke-expression seems to be looking within the string I pass, and reporting errors. I tried cleaning unusual characters from within the string in case that was the issue, but I'm out of characters to remove that seem like they would be an issue. So, we are debugging the call to invoke-expression, not the error message I am posting below. I already know that I commented out the step that creates the directory it is missing. , I got it working with the following, using call operator:
code :
& $ScriptPathFilename $errorCodeAsString
PowerShell: pass command line parameter from main script to second script

PowerShell: pass command line parameter from main script to second script


By : user3225599
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue You're invoking the second script from within PowerShell. Because of that the array $args is not expanded to its elements, but passed as a single array argument. Use splatting to have PowerShell pass the array elements as individual arguments.
code :
.\Script2.ps1 @args
Can a Powershell v2.0 dynamic parameter be at position 0?

Can a Powershell v2.0 dynamic parameter be at position 0?


By : HypedExplorer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do After playing around with this a little bit, I discovered that adding the ValueFromRemainingArguments Parameter Attribute to the $InputObject parameter seems to get closest to the desired behavior; however, I am not entirely sure why.
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