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State service and session state cmdlets in SharePoint 2013

 

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013 Standard, SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise, SharePoint Foundation 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18

Summary:Lists Windows PowerShell cmdlets that are used to support session state and the state service in SharePoint 2013.

These Windows PowerShell cmdlets are used to support session state and the state service.

Index of Windows PowerShell cmdlets for SharePoint 2013 includes a complete list of all cmdlets in SharePoint 2013.

 

Cmdlet name Description

Disable-SPSessionStateService

Turns off the session state service on the farm

Dismount-SPStateServiceDatabase

Removes the association to a state service database from the farm without dropping the database in the Microsoft SQL Server database

Enable-SPSessionStateService

Creates a session state database and turns on the session state service

Get-SPSessionStateService

Returns the properties of the session state service, including time-out and database settings

Get-SPStateServiceApplication

Returns state service applications on the farm

Get-SPStateServiceApplicationProxy

Returns state service application proxies on the farm.

Get-SPStateServiceDatabase

Returns a state service database.

Initialize-SPStateServiceDatabase

Installs the state database schema into a state service database

Mount-SPStateServiceDatabase

Attaches an existing state service database to the farm

New-SPStateServiceApplication

Creates a new state service application

New-SPStateServiceApplicationProxy

Creates a proxy for a state service application

New-SPStateServiceDatabase

Creates and provisions a new state service database, and installs the state database schema into it

Remove-SPStateServiceDatabase

Removes a state service database from a state service application and drops it from the SQL Server

Resume-SPStateServiceDatabase

Resumes a paused state service database so that new rows of data are received

Set-SPSessionStateService

Updates the credentials that are used to communicate with the state service database

Set-SPStateServiceApplication

Updates the name of a state service application

Set-SPStateServiceApplicationProxy

Updates the name of a state service application proxy

Set-SPStateServiceDatabase

Updates properties of a state service database

Suspend-SPStateServiceDatabase

Pauses a state database and thus prevents new rows of data from being added to a database

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