In this post I will show that how we can handle the exception in PowerShell coding using the try/catch/finally block and how we can write the error or exception message into the log file.
Exception handling using try/catch/finally block PowerShell example:
Exception handling using try/catch block PowerShell example: Debugging
Verify the log file with the above exception message:
Thus in this post we have learned that how to use “try/catch/finally” blocks in PowerShell coding for error or exception handling. And also learned how to use the below PowerShell command in the code:
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