Fairly new to C#, not so new to PowerShell.
I want to use C# to execute PowerShell code. However the output of objects isn’t in the same as running commands in a PowerShell window. I get back the object’s name rather than its data. Here’s what I’m trying:
string script = @"
get-process | ft
PowerShell powerShell = PowerShell.Create();
var results = powerShell.Invoke();
foreach (var item in results)
However in a PowerShell command line window it returns a more formated table view:
PS C:\Dropbox\PowerShell> ps | ft
Handles NPM(K) PM(K) WS(K) VM(M) CPU(s) Id SI
——- —— —– —– —– —— — — ———–
131 12 1980 2572 85 0.45 13216 1 acrotray
Really would like two things:
- code that will produce the same output as the PowerShell command window
- an explanation of what is going on so I can learn how to navigate it better
Thanks in advance!
I figured it out, thanks to a code example on codeproject I figured out that the command “out-string” needs to be added to the end of all commands. So the extra code to add is:
I wonder if the console is simply doing this or if there is more to it.