The PSEC distribution contains an abundance of reference samples that can be used to build new workflows, Cmds or classes.
copying context values into description
The description will pick up and display the current context values for `cycleNo` and `month
multiple option types`
This runs before the *params* function and the results are passed to it.
passing values in global map
Used to test for the creation of a file by the previous step
run context script
This example increases the `cycleNo` whenever the *runScript* function is run.
set context with `cycleNo` and `month`
This runs after the *params* function
set options with `month` and starting `cycleNo`
This runs before the *params* function and the values set here are passed to it.
set parameters with current date
The *brief* variable is set so that the *primeContextTask* has access to it.
start concurrent background job
Used to remove an old file and create a new file after a specified delay. The configuration file provided the delay seconds. The task sends a notification when the file has been created.
use of run-generic-script
Used to simulate the processing of the created file
PSEC is an extensive set of Powershell enhancements that, along with other acknowledged works, is deployed into the public domain subject to the limitations detailed below.
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