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Service application cmdlets (SharePoint Foundation 2010)

SharePoint 2010

Published: May 12, 2010

You can use Windows PowerShell cmdlets to administer service applications in a Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 farm.

Cmdlet name Description

Add-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroupMember

Adds a member to the service application proxy group.

Get-SPServiceApplication

Returns the specified service application.

Get-SPServiceApplicationEndpoint

Returns the endpoint of a service application.

Get-SPServiceApplicationPool

Returns the specified Internet Information Services (IIS) application pool.

Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy

Returns an instance of the specified service application proxy.

Get-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroup

Returns the proxy group for the specified service application.

Get-SPServiceContext

Returns a service context.

Get-SPServiceHostConfig

Returns the common Web service settings.

Get-SPServiceInstance

Returns the services instance for a specific server or the entire farm.

Get-SPTopologyServiceApplication

Displays properties of the topology service application for the current farm.

Get-SPTopologyServiceApplicationProxy

Retrieves the topology service application proxy.

Get-SPUsageApplication

Returns a specified usage application.

Get-SPUsageDefinition

Returns a usage definition object.

Get-SPUsageService

Returns a usage service.

Grant-SPServiceApplication

Grants a user account access to the service application.

Install-SPService

Installs and provisions services on a farm.

New-SPServiceApplicationPool

Creates a new Web service application pool.

New-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroup

Creates a new service application proxy group.

New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication

Creates a new subscription settings service application.

New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplicationProxy

Creates an application proxy to a subscription settings service application.

New-SPUsageApplication

Creates a new usage application.

Publish-SPServiceApplication

Shares the specified local service application outside the farm.

Receive-SPSharedServiceApplicationInfo

Configures this farm to receive service information from another farm.

Remove-SPServiceApplication

Deletes the specified service application on the local server.

Remove-SPServiceApplicationPool

Completely deletes the specified Web service application pool.

Remove-SPServiceApplicationProxy

Deletes the specified service application proxy.

Remove-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroup

Completely deletes the specified service application proxy group.

Remove-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroupMember

Removes one or more proxies from the specified service application proxy group.

Remove-SPSiteSubscriptionBusinessDataCatalogConfig

Removes the Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store for a partition.

Remove-SPUsageApplication

Removes a usage application from the local farm.

Revoke-SPServiceApplication

Revokes a user's access to a service application.

Set-SPServiceApplication

Sets properties of a service application.

Set-SPServiceApplicationEndpoint

Sets the host of an endpoint for a service application.

Set-SPServiceApplicationPool

Changes the account used for the Identity of the specified application pool.

Set-SPServiceHostConfig

Configures one or more common settings for all Web services.

Set-SPTopologyServiceApplication

Sets the properties on the topology service application of the local farm.

Set-SPTopologyServiceApplicationProxy

Sets the proxy properties of the topology service application.

Set-SPUsageApplication

Sets properties of a usage application.

Set-SPUsageDefinition

Sets the retention period for a usage provider.

Set-SPUsageService

Sets the properties of a usage service.

Start-SPServiceInstance

Starts the service instance for a service on a specific server or the farm.

Stop-SPServiceInstance

Stops the service instance for a service.

Unpublish-SPServiceApplication

Stops sharing the specified service application outside the farm.

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