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Re: Get-ChildItem list txt file and more!

Post by jvierra » Mon Nov 27, 2017 3:51 pm

So you really were asking how to open the item and not how to run the item in Explorer. Two completely different things.

Here is a demo of how to correctly manage items in a DGV.
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Re: Get-ChildItem list txt file and more!

Post by JohnTitor » Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:01 pm

Hmm, not sure where I said 'run'. I do remember this is what I said viewtopic.php?f=18&t=12095#p65297

Anyway, Wow! So little code and so much happening.
I have to incorporate this into a Job and replace the textbox with a drop down of my servers, add some combo-boxes and I'll have something wrapped up.

Something like this ( I clearly need to incorporate more of your code but this is what I'd like my GUI to look like):

My idea being they select the server from the combobox, click the Query button adds to a variable ($files from your script), which will display every folder in the directory in the DGV

Use the radoiobuttons to query again what I need based off the files names of:
Capture Completed with Errors = Failed
Capture Completed with Success = Captures
Capture Syncing = Pending

Viola, the DGV is populated as needed for high level with a mouse double click to open the folder ( invoke-item) - remember my original post, this is exactly what I wanted
2nd Phase - second column using a select string to see why it failed in a \Logs folder

Thanks for all of your help so far!
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Re: Get-ChildItem list txt file and more!

Post by JohnTitor » Tue Nov 28, 2017 11:19 am

Is this the correct way to use multiple jobs in PowerShell Studio?

it's running correctly, I just wanted to make sure I'm not missing something.

JobName does the get-childitem to list all of the files
JobNameTotalCount - gets the total amount of folders on the server
JobNameTotalFailures - gets the total count of failures based on this script

Get-ChildItem \\server\users\*\ |
ForEach-Object{
Get-ChildItem $_ -File |
Where-Object {($_.fullname -match "Cycle Completed with Errors")} | select FullName

}
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Re: Get-ChildItem list txt file and more!

Post by jvierra » Tue Nov 28, 2017 11:37 am

Is it doing what you want? Are the jobs running? Not sure why you are asking this.

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Re: Get-ChildItem list txt file and more!

Post by JohnTitor » Tue Nov 28, 2017 11:48 am

I just want to make sure there wasn't a different way to add jobs. This is a new realm for me in terms of Jobs

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