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$null = [reflection.assembly]::LoadWithPartialName ("Microsoft.SqlServer.ConnectionInfo") $null = [reflection.assembly]::LoadWithPartialName ("Microsoft.SqlServer.SmoEnum") $null = [reflection.assembly]::LoadWithPartialName ("Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo")
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$Smo = "Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo." $server = new-object ($Smo + 'server') "SQL1" $server.databases | Select Name | Format-Table
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C Create server object D Display data
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The first three lines load the SMO assemblies B into PowerShell. The SMO object hierarchy starts with a server object C. It s always created first, and other objects such as databases, logins, and jobs are accessed from the server object. In this case, I ve defined a string to hold the first part of the class name and then use PowerShell s NewObject cmdlet to create the object. The only required parameter is a server name. If you use integrated security, the authentication is handled automatically. The server object can then be used to access the databases collection. In this case, we re only accessing the name D, but all of the database properties available in the GUI management console are accessible through these objects.
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The SMO documentation doesn t include examples for PowerShell. The C# examples can usually be translated. Be prepared to work through SQL Server Books Online and MSDN documentation for the full details.
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PowerShell gives you the ability to access and manipulate data from the command line and to administer your servers using SMO. In SQL Server 2008, PowerShell is built into the product and provides even more functionality.
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PowerShell with SQL Server 2008
PowerShell is a prerequisite for installing SQL Server 2008, as with many of the latest versions of Microsoft products. The PowerShell functionality is exposed through sqlps.exe, a provider for SMO, and some cmdlets.
SQLPS
Sqlps.exe is a PowerShell mini-shell. It s a version of PowerShell that has been spe-
cially compiled to incorporate SQL Server functionality and remove some standard PowerShell functionality, such as the following: The ability to add snap-ins The *-pssnapin cmdlets aren t available The ability to create a console file The SQLPS configuration can t be exported for importing into another PowerShell session. This is different from the Exchange PowerShell configuration, for instance. Use get-command | select noun -Unique | sort noun both in SQLPS and the standard PowerShell to see the differences. That still leaves the majority of PowerShell functionality available. This means we can administer services, processes, and event logs on our SQL Server machines, as shown in figure 1. One slight oddity is that SQLPS doesn t appear on the Start menu when SQL Server 2008 is installed. I recommend creating an icon on the desktop or the Start menu. SQLPS can be found at C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Tools\Binn\ SQLPS.exe.
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During startup, SQLPS will attempt to run any PowerShell profiles that it finds. If the profile contains any commands that SQLPS can t process, an error will occur and the profile processing may halt. If an error doesn t occur, SQLPS will be pointing at the root of the SQL Server drive. SQLPS can also be started by right-clicking an object in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and selecting Start PowerShell from the context menu.
Provider
As mentioned earlier, a provider exposes a data store as if it were the filesystem. In this case, it exposes the SMO hierarchy for SQL Server. The provider only gives access to databases and tables for administrative purposes. It s not possible to do a dir and scroll through the data in your table. The provider is accessed as if it were another drive on your system in this case, the sqlserver: drive. The normal navigation commands such as cd are used within the provider. When you open up the SQL Server mini-shell and perform dir sqlserver: the results are the following:
Name ---SQL SQLPolicy SQLRegistration DataCollection Root ---SQLSERVER:\SQL SQLSERVER:\SQLPolicy SQLSERVER:\SQLRegistration SQLSERVER:\DataCollection Description ----------SQL Server Database Engine SQL Server Policy Management SQL Server Registrations SQL Server Data Collection
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