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In this post, I will show how to build or create a logging function in PowerShell in the PowerShell “.ps1” file directory. However, we can change to any directory wherever we wish – only we need to change the directory path.
How to create a log file for the PowerShell scripting or coding?
Create a log file for the PowerShell scripting or coding – Example
Thus, in this post, we have seen how to create a log file using a PowerShell function. And also learned the use of below PowerShell command and their usages:
- (get-variable myinvocation).value for to know the source path of an executing script.
- How to create Function in PowerShell and its usage.
- How to create a log file in PowerShell Script.
- New-Item – Create Folders & Files using PowerShell Basics.
- Script write-Log PowerShell Logging Function.
- Test-Path – Folder Creation PowerShell.
- Exception or Error handling in PowerShell -Try/Catch/Finally Block Example
- PowerShell: How to pass multiple parameters into a function in PowerShell
- Using PowerShell – Create a folder if not exists
- Encode and decode an URL using PowerShell coding
- Office 365: Getting started with SharePoint PnP PowerShell – installation
- In 2 steps convert a classic SharePoint page to modern using PnP
- Office 365: Retrieve hub sites and associated sites using PnP Powershell
- Create a modern team site using PnP PowerShell in SharePoint
- In 4 steps access SharePoint online data using postman tool
- SharePoint admin center: Learn SharePoint online administration in an hour – step by step
- SharePoint REST API: GET vs POST vs PUT vs DELETE vs PATCH
- Office 365: Understanding the hub site in SharePoint online
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