The CMDLETS section contains a list of all available CMDLETS that can be used or are currently in use in Formulas.  The initial view shows some useful tiles and a list of endpoints.

  1. Search bar to search within the CMDLETS
  2. Actions that can be done with the CMDLET
    1. Copy: Copy this CMDLET to be able to make edits to a system or user created CMDLET. This action will apply only to the individual environment where this action has been taken. Users cannot modify directly System CMDLETS without copying beforehand
    2. Delete: Delete this CMDLET. This action is only possible for User created CMDLETS and will apply only to the individual environment where this action has been taken
  3. Name of the CMDLET
  4. System or user defined Description
  5. Type
    • System- automatically supplied by Apps2Digital, available to all customers
    • User- created by individual users and visible in that user's environment

In order to edit a CMDLET, first you will need to make a copy, clicking the Action for copy (2a above). Once you make a copy and it is now a User defined CMDLET and not a System CMDLET you can make changes. The following changes are possible:

  1. Update the name
  2. Update the description
  3. Define an if this CMDLET restarts the system or not
  4. Manage parameters by either adding new ones, editing, or deleting depending on relevance
  5. Edit individual parameters
  6. Create or edit the code pertaining to this CMDLET
  7. Create or edit the validation code pertaining to this CMDLET

In order to update a parameter, if you click the the pencil above (5), you will see the following editable screen. If you choose to create a new parameter, you will need to fill in the same fields

The different types available are:

Also changes to user defined CMDLETx will be available in the their individual environment, but will not be saved as system CMDLETs in the global library.

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