You can also use a ZIP package to create extensibility actions that contain multiple PowerShell script files. Using multiple script files can be useful for organizing the structure of your extensibility action code.
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Mar 19, 2003 · a) Creating a simple test module containing PowerShell commands and with a .psm1 extension. b) Making a note of the path to your saved .psm1 file. Create a Test Module Here is our test module, it has two functions ‘Grow’ and ‘Shrink’. I suggest we call the file: Balance.psm1. Now for the key part, the path; I suggest saving this file to:
Import-Module C:\PSModules\OLPCustTagsInOut.psm1 Export-OLPFormatReg C:\Public\Documents\OlpCustTags.txt Copy/create the PowerShell module and exported tags file to the target computer, then from a PowerShell prompt (again, adjust filename/path as necessary): Import-Module C:\PSModules\OLPCustTagsInOut.psm1 New-Item cmdlet is used to create a file by passing the path using -Path as path of the file and -ItemType as File. Example. In this example, we'll create a file in D:\Temp\Test Folder with name "Test File.txt" Type the following command in PowerShell ISE Console. New-Item -Path 'D:\temp\Test Folder\Test File.txt' -ItemType File Output create powershell script, Creating PowerShell Core scripts on Linux Dan Franciscus Thu, Aug 24 2017 Thu, Aug 24 2017 linux , powershell 11 Now that PowerShell is available on various Linux distributions (such as CentOS, Red Hat, and Ubuntu), it is natural for Windows sysadmins to begin tinkering on Linux machines.