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  • PowerShell changes in SQL Server 2008 RC0

    Regular readers of my blog will remember my post about how to get PowerShell for SQL into your regular PowerShell window . Except that if you've just installed SQL Server 2008 RC0, you may have noticed it doesn't work any more. Never fear, they've just changed the name a bit. They've...
    Posted to Rob Farley by Rob Farley on Wed, Jun 11 2008
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  • SQL Server 2008 PowerShell SnapIn

    Installing SQL Server 2008 gives you SQLPS.exe, an application you can run which is a PowerShell including the PSDrives for SQL Server (and compatible with SQL Server 2005 as well!). But how do you make this work with your current copy of PowerShell? Well, I just worked this out. Darren Gosbell was lamenting...
    Posted to Rob Farley by Rob Farley on Mon, Mar 3 2008
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  • Using ScriptingOptions with SQLPS

    I've written before that SQL Server 2008 (February CTP) gives you SQLPS - a PowerShell interface to SQL Server. So I was trying to get the ScriptingOptions happening, and this is the only way I've found so far. It's ugly, and if you have a better way of doing this, please post a comment for...
    Posted to Rob Farley by Rob Farley on Mon, Mar 3 2008
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  • SQL Server 2008 CTP6 gives you PowerShell

    The sixth CTP of SQL Server 2008, made available this past week at http://connect.microsoft.com/sql provides a PowerShell provider for SQL Server, which is backwards compatible with SQL Server 2005 as well. I showed it a little at the User Group in Melbourne a few days ago, and some people seemed to...
    Posted to Rob Farley by Rob Farley on Sat, Feb 23 2008
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