FTVDaniel
Contributor
Contributor

working with powershell objects

Hello, there are a lot of actions whitch are difficult to handle in vro so to be able to quickly develop functions in my ESX while I am training on vCenter API I want to use the powershell api

I have seen 2 scripting class whitch seems to be very interesting for me

PowershellPsObject

and

PowershellRemotePsObject

is it possible to have informations on how to use those scripting class, I think it can help to transcript powershell powercli objects to vro vcenterApi objects

are they some books or blogs speaking about those tools ?

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parmarr
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

We could not get the detailed information about these powershell objects. However please go through the below community pages to get an idea about these.

https://communities.vmware.com/thread/465022

https://communities.vmware.com/thread/427185

https://communities.vmware.com/thread/509757

Sincerely, Rahul Parmar VMware Support Moderator
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ChristianWehner
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

Those are information from the vRO API:

PowershellPsObject: Represents an object on the remote PowerShell machine

vRO API Explorer by Dr Ruurd and Flores of ITQ

PowershellRemotePsObject: Wrapper for the result from an execution fo PowerShell script

vRO API Explorer by Dr Ruurd and Flores of ITQ

Beste regards,

Chris

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