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Sharepoint 2010, Powershell and object dispose

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Extraction about disposing object in Powershell for Sahrepoint:

If you’re going to be working with the SharePoint PowerShell cmdlets then there are two cmdlets that you should learn before any others: Start-SPAssignment and Stop-SPAssignment. If you’ve used the custom cmdlets that I created for the 2007 product and read my articles around them then you should be familiar with the core issue that I was trying to solve with some of them – the handling of disposable objects.

#Use of the Global assignment variable

Start-SPAssignment –Global

$site = Get-SPSite http://portal

$site | fl Stop-SPAssignment –Global

#Use of a semi-global, or named variable

 $gc = Start-SPAssignment

$site = $gc | Get-SPSite http://mysites

$site | fl

$gc | Stop-SPAssignment


Written by Alex Anikin

October 5, 2010 at 11:33 am

Posted in Sharepoint

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