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<#
Author: I. Strachan
Version: 1.0
Version History:
Purpose: Get az devops projects wrapper
#>
Function Get-AzDevOpsProject{
[cmdletbinding()]
[Outputtype("Get-AzDevOpsProject.myDevOpsProjects")]
Param(
[ValidateNotNullorEmpty()]
[Parameter(Position = 0, HelpMessage = "Enter a azure devops project name", ParameterSetName = "name")]
[String[]]$Name,
[Parameter(HelpMessage = "Show project properties", ParameterSetName = "name")]
[Switch]$Show,
[Parameter(HelpMessage = "Get all azure devops projects", ParameterSetName = "all")]
[Switch]$All
)
Begin {
Write-Verbose "[BEGIN ] Starting: $($MyInvocation.Mycommand)"
#define a class for my az devops objects
Class myDevOpsProjects {
[String] $Name
[String] $Description
[String] $Id
[Int] $Revision
[String] $Visibility
#Constructor
myDevOpsProjects ($Name) {
$psObject = az devops project show -p $Name | ConvertFrom-Json
$this.Name = $Name.replace('"', '')
$this.Description = $psObject.Description
$this.Id = $psObject.Id
$this.Revision = $psObject.Revision
$this.Visibility = $psObject.Visibility
}
static [PSObject]show($Name){
$psObject = az devops project show -p $Name | ConvertFrom-Json
return $psObject
}
}
}
Process {
$arrProjectNames = az devops project list --query '[].name' | ConvertFrom-Json
if ($all) {
Write-Verbose "[PROCESS] Getting all projects"
$names = $arrProjectNames
}
else{
Write-Verbose "[PROCESS] Getting project $($name -join ', ')"
$names = $Name
}
foreach ($name in $names) {
Write-Verbose "[PROCESS] Processing $name"
if ($arrProjectNames -contains $name) {
if ($show){
Write-Verbose "[PROCESS] Showing project properties $name"
[myDevOpsProjects]::show($name)
}
else{
[myDevOpsProjects]::new($name)
}
}
else{
Write-Warning "Failed to find a project named $name"
}
}
}
End {
Write-Verbose "[END ] Ending: $($MyInvocation.Mycommand)"
}
}
Get-AzDevOpsProject -All -Verbose
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irwins commented Mar 30, 2019

Got the idea from Jeff Hicks!

MORE FUN WITH DOCKER CONTAINERS AND POWERSHELL

Here's the results on my private Project:

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Note: you need az cli extension devops for this to work...
I guess this is the way to leverage az cli in PowerShell... The extesion list is growing rapidly!

Hope it's worth something to you...

Urv

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wkasdorp commented Apr 1, 2019

isn't using an unqualified executable a security risk, especially in something that is supposed to be a reusable component?

@jdhitsolutions
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The only thing you are missing is some error handling. You could add a #requires -module statement in the file,

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irwins commented Apr 5, 2019

Yeah... And esteemed colleague pointed that out to me.... 😉

Try/Catch didn't catch any errors, that's why I opted for show/query solution... I am curious though how to go about doing proper error-handeling for exe... $LastExitCode or $?

I feel a teachable moment coming on... 😃

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