Flow Control and Object Disposal in .NET framework

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You can access specific properties and methods on each object passed to the
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PS > $strings = "windows","powershell" PS > $strings | ForEach-Object { $_ToUpper() } WINDOWS POWERSHELL
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You can also use the ForEach-Object cmdlet to perform operations on multiple sites in a site collection, as demonstrated in this example:
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PS > $url = "http://SPServer01" PS > Get-SPSite -Identity $url | Get-SPWeb | ForEach-Object { >> "$($_url) has $($_ListsCount) lists" >> } http://spserver01 has 24 lists http://spserver01/Web1 has 9 lists http://spserver01/Web2 has 1 lists http://spserver01/Web3 has 7 lists http://spserver01/Web4 has 2 lists http://spserver01/Web5 has 1 lists http://spserver01/Web6 has 7 lists http://spserver01/Web7 has 2 lists http://spserver01/Web8 has 6 lists
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In this example, we pipe the sites retrieved with Get-SPWeb to the ForEachObject cmdlet We then return the URL and the number of lists in each site Notice how we place the $_ variable in a subexpression to access the properties of the current object being processed by the cmdlet In the previous examples, we used a single scriptblock to describe the operation performed on each object passed to the ForEach-Object cmdlet It is possible to add two additional scriptblocks: one that runs before the first object is processed and one that runs when all objects have been processed You can add the additional scriptblocks using the Begin, Process, and End parameters supported by the ForEach-Object cmdlet as demonstrated in this example:
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PS >> >> >> >> > Get-SPSite -Identity http://SPServer01 | Get-SPWeb | ForEach-Object -Begin {Get-Date} ` -Process {"$($_url) has $($_ListsCount) lists"} ` -End {Get-Date}
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Sunday, June 27, 2010 1:59:03 PM http://spserver01 has 24 lists http://spserver01/Site1 has 9 lists http://spserver01/Site2 has 1 lists
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http://spserver01/Site3 has 7 http://spserver01/Site4 has 2 http://spserver01/Site5 has 1 http://spserver01/Site6 has 7 http://spserver01/Site7 has 2 http://spserver01/Site8 has 6 Sunday, June 27, 2010 1:59:03
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Here, we pipe the sites retrieved with Get-SPWeb to the ForEach-Object cmdlet We then use the Begin parameter to display the current date and time The Process parameter uses the current object being processed and displays the URL, followed by the number of lists in the current site Finally, the End parameter is used to display the date and time after all of the objects have been processed
The Where-Object Cmdlet
The Where-Object cmdlet is used to select objects from a collection based on the conditions specified in its scriptblock Each element coming in through the pipeline is evaluated, and if the result evaluates to true, the element is passed through If the result evaluates to false, the element is ignored Like the ForEach-Object cmdlet, WhereObject uses the $_ automatic variable to host the current pipeline element Here is an example of using the Where-Object cmdlet:
PS > $num = 1,2,3,4,5 PS > $num | Where-Object 2 4 {-not ( $_ % 2 )}
In this example, we send an array of numeric characters through a pipeline and use the Where-Object cmdlet to check if any of the elements in the array are even You can also use logical operators to test different values
PS > $num | Where-Object 2 4 5 {-not ( $_ % 2 ) -or $_ -eq 5 }
In this example, we check if any of the elements in the array are even or equal to 5 You can pass cmdlets through a pipeline and perform evaluations on the objects returned by a cmdlet
PS > Get-SPSite -Identity http://SPServer01 | Get-SPWeb | >> Where-Object { $_LastItemModifiedDate -lt $(Get-Date 5/5/2010) } Url --http://spserver01 http://spserver01/Site1 http://spserver01/Site2
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Here, we pipe the sites retrieved with Get-SPWeb to the Where-Object cmdlet We then check if the LastItemModifiedDate is less than May 5, 2010 Three sites meet the criteria in the example You can go one step further and send the objects to the ForEach-Object cmdlet and perform additional operations on the objects that meet the criteria
PS > Get-SPSite -Identity http://SPServer01 | Get-SPWeb | >> Where-Object { $_LastItemModifiedDate -lt $(Get-Date 5/5/2010) } | >> ForEach-Object { $_Author } UserLogin --------POWERSHELL\sezel POWERSHELL\maka POWERSHELL\nigo DisplayName ----------Sergey Zelenov Mattias Karlsson Niklas Goude
In this example, we use the ForEach-Object cmdlet to return the author of the sites that meet the criteria
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