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Is there a way in Powershell to append or prepend the value of a variable to the output of a piplined command


Is there a way in Powershell to append or prepend the value of a variable to the output of a piplined command

By : Yung Hustler
Date : November 25 2020, 07:27 PM
this will help Use a calculated property where you would include your variable.
code :
Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership $username | 
    where-object{$_.name -like 'HI_*'} | 
    select @{label="username";Expression={$username}},name


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How to get command prompt's output into a variable with PowerShell

How to get command prompt's output into a variable with PowerShell


By : sedimentpress
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I've solved my problem using a suggestion from the first comment on my question, which was to write the build output to a log file, consume it, then delete it. This allows me to still show the user the cmd window with the build progress if they need, as well inspect the build output once the build completes. It also still allows me to run the build in another process, so we can use PassThru if we don't want our script to wait for the build to complete before continuing execution.
I've created an Invoke-MsBuild powershell module to make building with MsBuild a snap while providing lots of parameters for additional functionality (returns if build succeeded or failed, can show/hide build window, can wait/not wait for build to finish, can automatically show build log on failed builds, etc.). You can view and download the script from my blog.
Output Result from Powershell command to C# variable

Output Result from Powershell command to C# variable


By : jjh999
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue In your script, the results variable is a collection of PSObject.
You can iterate it and get the value for each of the "columns/properties" of the powershell result... something like:
code :
var results = ps.Invoke();
foreach (var psobject in results)
{
  var myInteger = Convert.ToInt32(psobject.Members["SomeField"].Value);
  // do something with `myInteger`
}
Append variable name and date to PowerShell file output

Append variable name and date to PowerShell file output


By : rachel wu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I am trying to put together a quick little script to help when I am using OpenSSL, for some reason I can't seem to get PowerShell to append the hostname to the front of my CSR file. It is basically giving me things like _09_26_2017.txt instead of something like hostname_09_26_2017.txt. , You define $sitename after you define $csrname. So
code :
$csrName = $siteName + "_" + $date 
$csrName = $null + "_" + $date
$date = Get-Date -format MM_dd_yyyy
$siteName = Read-Host "Enter the site name"
$csrName = $siteName + "_" + $date

.\openssl.exe req -newkey rsa:4096 -sha256 -nodes -keyout "$siteName.pem" -out "$csrName.txt"
Setting variable from git output and using variable in command in PowerShell

Setting variable from git output and using variable in command in PowerShell


By : user2970367
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Add $ when assigning to the variable, and remove the ` backticks around the expression:
code :
$SHORT_HASH = git rev-parse --short HEAD
docker build --target build-image -t "build-image:$SHORT_HASH" .
docker build --target general-image -t "general-image:$SHORT_HASH" .
in powershell how do I grab command output while piping a variable into the command?

in powershell how do I grab command output while piping a variable into the command?


By : philippe fullsack
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Your question implies you are trying to catch output to stderr as well as stdout. This should work:
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