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State service and session state cmdlets (SharePoint Server 2010)

Published: May 12, 2010

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

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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