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Migrate AzureRM PowerShell to Az PowerShell

Good morning,

I have a task in which I am supposed to perform a migration from AzureRM PowerShell to Az Powershell. On my way to update the module, I am stuck for an efficient way to have all the places where I need to make the changes, so I will kindly need someone to provide me with a scenario that I can follow to have all the places where the changes are needed.

What I have as input is the subscription, so I need to have something like a devOps request that can list me all the repos in the subscription that need changes.

Thanks

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No, in fact the problem I'm facing is not how to migrate but how to get the list of files using an AzureRM module to update them. In the azure devops interface, or using the API, isn't there a way to have a list of all projects using a specific module? In my case, the module is AzureRM.

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Monalla-MSFT answered AlbanNgoune-1957 commented

@AlbanNgoune-1957 - Thanks for reaching out and for clarifying your requirement.

We did not collect information for the environment with AzureRM, so unfortunately NO, there is no way to get a list of all projects using AzureRM module.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks for your answer.

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Dev073 answered AlbanNgoune-1957 commented

Hi, You can use below toolkit from Github for module migration approach. Give a try.

https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell-migration

Also please tag powershell to get more views from the experts on PowerShell specifics


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No, in fact the problem I'm facing is not how to migrate but how to get the list of files using an AzureRM module to update them. In the azure devops interface, or using the API, isn't there a way to have a list of all projects using a specific module? In my case, the module is AzureRM.

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When trying to add the tag, powershell, the only possibility is window-server-powershell, do you think adding it as tag, can help to have more view?

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