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Windows PowerShell Script Activity

更新日期: 2010年12月

適用於: System Center Service Manager 2010

This activity runs a Windows PowerShell script as part of a Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) workflow.

The Windows PowerShell Script activity depends upon the following prerequisites at design time:

  • Windows PowerShell 1.0

The Windows PowerShell Script activity uses the following input properties.

 

Display Name Internal Name Type Required Description

Continue On Error

ContinueOnError

Boolean

No (default setting is True)

Determines whether the workflow should continue running if the activity fails.

Has Error

HasError

N/A

Specifies if the activity has an error set. (Read-only)

Management Group

ManagementGroupName

String

No

Specifies the Management Group to which the script server belongs. By default, set to localhost. (Read-only)

Script Parameters

Parameters

Dictionary <string,string>

Yes

Specifies the name/value list of parameters to be passed into the script when it runs.

You can set parameter values to any of the following management pack references:

  • $Target/…$

  • $MPElement[…]

  • $Data/…$. $Data references are resolved only at runtime in the parameters (not in the script itself).

Using one of these references as the only value for a parameter sets that parameter to the XML string that represents the input data item (from GetItemXML).

Script Body

ScriptBody

String

Yes

Specifies the text of the script itself.

Snap-ins

SnapIns

String

No

Lists Windows PowerShell snap-ins to preload into the runspace.

Script Server

Target

String

No

Specifies the Domain Name System (DNS) name of the server that runs the Service Manager 主控台. Do not use localhost.

Script Time Limit

TimeoutSeconds

Integer

No (default setting is 300 seconds)

Specifies the maximum number of seconds to allow for the script to run.

The Windows PowerShell Script activity uses the custom tracking service supplied by Service Manager to log errors and exceptions when the activity runs. The activity generates errors or exceptions as appropriate if any of the script properties cannot be resolved.

For more information about Windows PowerShell, see Windows PowerShell (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=164777).

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