Hi sedgwick, My apologies, there are no problems running the linked example locally on my machine, no that works fineagreed, but that was merely to illustrate our first step in trying to understand the process of running powershell scripts via ASP.
NET. Initially I didn't find the the reference when I search the Assemblies in Add Reference window, so that I have added the reference by manual browse option from the location" C: \Program Files (x86)\Reference The C# List T class represents a strongly typed list of objects that can be accessed by index and it supports storing values of a specific type without casting to or from object.
List T The parameter T is the type of elements in the list. May 13, 2014 This is a multipart series of PowerShell reference charts. Here you will details of the two fundamental data structures of PowerShell: the collection (array) and the hash table (dictionary), examining everything from creating, accessing, iterating, ordering, and selecting. I am trying to get a list of all Virtual Processes started by Microsoft AppV using C#. I tried using Powershell in C# but I get this error: Examples.
The following example shows how to add elements to the Hashtable. using namespace System; using namespace System: : Collections; void PrintKeysAndValues( Hashtable myHT ); int main() Creates and initializes a new Hashtable.
There are many tools that tends to work only with DataSets, the most often cases are reporting tools or data driven systems. I consider this an issue with the tool, usually, but this is a fact of line.
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