Posts Tagged ‘Windows powershell’

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Using Windows PowerShell to Kick Off a OneStream Data Management Job

Windows PowerShell is a shell scripting language often used in conjunction with Windows Task Scheduler for the automation of tasks and activities. Being able to automate tasks takes one more thing off an end-user’s plate. In this article, we will explore how to use Windows PowerShell to execute a data management job from OneStream. Data […]

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Integrating AWS S3 and Windows PowerShell to Download and Rename Files

Nowadays, many companies are migrating their data to a cloud storage solution rather than on a physical server. Utilizing the cloud has been an increasingly popular solution over the past few years. The advantages of using cloud storage over physical storage include cost-effectivity, always-on availability, increased security, increased mobility, and more. One popular cloud solution […]

Viewing Logs Live in Windows

In the world of app troubleshooting, the app’s logs are your best friend. Sometimes you know when your error is happening, but sometimes you need to know, down to the moment, when the error shows up in the log files. In other words, sometimes you want to view all updates to the log exactly as they happen. […]

Exporting Term Sets

I don’t know about you, but I really wish there was a way to export managed metadata in SharePoint, especially since SharePoint teases you with the ‘Import Term Set’ option. To get around this I’ve written a little script to export all of the term sets in a term store (easily customizable to just export […]