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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

 


out-dataGrid function for Monad



This function will translate the input it gets from the pipeline to a dataTable and then shows it on a Form in a datagrid.

some examples to try :

ls | out-datagrid
gps | out-datagrid

ls function: select name,definition | out-datagrid
get-alias | out-datagrid
get-command | select name,definition | out-datagrid
get-help about_* | select name,synopsis | out-datagrid

get-wmiobject win32_share | select [a-z]* | out-datagrid

e.g.

the Funtion looks like this :

# Function out-datagrid
# shows piplineinput in datagrid
# /\/\o\/\/ 2006
# http:mow001.blogspot.com

Function out-dataGrid {

  # Make DataTable from Input

  $dt = new Data.datatable
  $First = $true
  foreach ($item in $input){
    $DR = $DT.NewRow()
    $Item.mshObject.get_properties() | foreach {
      If ($first) {
        $Col =  new-object Data.DataColumn
        $Col.ColumnName = $_.Name.ToString()
        $DT.Columns.Add($Col)       }
      if ($_.value -eq $null) {
        $DR.Item($_.Name) = "[empty]"
      }
      ElseIf ($_.IsArray) {
        $DR.Item($_.Name) =[string]::Join($_.value ,";")
      }
      Else {
        $DR.Item($_.Name) = $_.value
      }
    }
    $DT.Rows.Add($DR)
    $First = $false
  }

  # show Datatable in Form 

  $form = new-object Windows.Forms.form 
  $form.Size = new-object System.Drawing.Size @(1000,600
  $DG = new-object windows.forms.DataGrid
  $DG.CaptionText = "Number of Rows $($DT.rows.Count)" 
  $DG.AllowSorting = $True 
  $DG.DataSource = $DT.mshobject.baseobject 
  $DG.Dock = [System.Windows.Forms.DockStyle]::Fill 
  $form.text = "$($myinvocation.line)" 
  $form.Controls.Add($DG) 
  $Form.Add_Shown({$form.Activate()}) 
  $form.showdialog() 


B.T.W. Note the different way to get the form topmost ($form.topmost = $true does not seem to work anymore in Beta3(.1)) but I think this one's better anyway.

Enjoy,

Greetings /\/\o\/\/
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Comments:
Blogger DontBotherMeWithSpam
Woo wee, the form is displayed on TOP of MSH console! :) BTW, "new" isn't aliased inside the function~

I haven't thought about using "DataGrid" to display member information. I wrote a very similar cmdlet that utilizes "PropertyGrid", instead

function Get-GuiMember ($object) {
trap { break; }

$obj = $object
if ($object -eq $null) { $obj = $input }

[void][Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("System.Windows.Forms") | out-null
$form = new-object System.Windows.Forms.Form

$pg = new-object System.Windows.Forms.PropertyGrid
$pg.Dock = [System.Windows.Forms.DockStyle]"Fill"
$pg.SelectedObject = $obj

$form.Controls.Add($pg)
$form.ShowDialog();
$form.Dispose();
$form = $null;
}

Well, try out something like

MSH>get-guimember pwd
MSH>get-guimember (pwd)
MSH>get-guimember ls
MSH>get-guimember (ls)

Even better, try this out
MSH>$f = ls InstallUtil.InstallLog
MSH>get-guimember $f

Now then, using the PropertyGrid, you can modify some of the attributes of the file $f...

Anyways, I think i will try to modify my script a bit to make it show above MSH console :)
 
Blogger /\/\o\/\/
I started my blog with that script ;-)

http://mow001.blogspot.com/2005/10/msh-object-viewer.html

gr /\/\o\/\/
 
Blogger DontBotherMeWithSpam
oy, oy, I wonder why I have missed that blog post.. *sigh*.. I was totally trying to reinvent the wheel. :)
 
Blogger /\/\o\/\/
@dbmws, I think we all do that in Monad (and fun it is :-))
I redid this one from a Q&D .NET snippet I made 3 years ago.

b.t.w. that script got me mentioned on the video : More talking about Monad on channel 9

http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=127819

see also :

http://mow001.blogspot.com/2005/10/mshobjectviewer-mentioned-in-more.html

so I will not forget !
I love hearing JS about it ;-)
(@ 26 Min I think, at that time I knew it by second LOL)

but as you showed, it could use some revisiting, I justed started then.(could not do pipeline ;-))

I was thinking for sometime already that I should do that,
Today I also noticed that the WMI method help script was "broken" in Beta 3. I posted the fixes in the NG but want to look at the series of scripts a bit more,
..if you have any suggestions.. feel free to comment ;-)


greetings /\/\o\/\/
 
Blogger /\/\o\/\/
and the $topmost in all GUI scripts
;-)

and recently I found a copy and paste error (everything on one line) in an old post also, that missed in cleaning up.

but it is so hard to fix in the blogger interface
 
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