SetServiceCommand Class

Definition

This class implements the set-service command

public ref class SetServiceCommand : Microsoft::PowerShell::Commands::ServiceOperationBaseCommand
public class SetServiceCommand : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.ServiceOperationBaseCommand
type SetServiceCommand = class
    inherit ServiceOperationBaseCommand
Public Class SetServiceCommand
Inherits ServiceOperationBaseCommand
Inheritance

Constructors

SetServiceCommand()

Properties

CommandOrigin

This property tells you if you were being invoked inside the runspace or if it was an external request.

(Inherited from InternalCommand)
CommandRuntime

Holds the command runtime object for this command. This object controls what actually happens when a write is called.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ComputerName

The following is the definition of the input parameter "ComputerName". Set the properties of service running on the list of computer names specified. The default is the local computer. Type the NETBIOS name, an IP address, or a fully-qualified domain name of one or more remote computers. To indicate the local computer, use the computer name, "localhost" or a dot (.). When the computer is in a different domain than the user, the fully-qualified domain name is required.

CurrentPSTransaction

Gets an object that surfaces the current PowerShell transaction. When this object is disposed, PowerShell resets the active transaction

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
Description

The following is the definition of the input parameter "Description". Specifies a new description for the service. The service description appears in Services in Computer Management. Description is not a property of the ServiceController object that Get-Service retrieve

DisplayName

The following is the definition of the input parameter "DisplayName". Specifies a new display name for the cmdlet.

Exclude

This is not a parameter for this cmdlet.

Include

This is not a parameter for this cmdlet.

InputObject

The following is the definition of the input parameter "InputObject". Specifies ServiceController object representing the services to be stopped. Enter a variable that contains the objects or type a command or expression that gets the objects.

Name

service name

PassThru

Specifies whether to write the objects successfully operated upon to the success stream.

(Inherited from ServiceOperationBaseCommand)
StartupType

The following is the definition of the input parameter "StartupType". Changes the starting mode of the service. Valid values for StartupType are: -- Automatic: Start when the system starts. -- Manual : Starts only when started by a user or program. -- Disabled : Can

Status

The following is the definition of the input parameter "Status". This specifies what state the service should be in (e.g. Running, Stopped, Paused). If it is already in that state, do nothing. If it is not, do the appropriate action to bring about the desired result (start/stop/suspend the service) and issue an error if this cannot be achieved. Status can be Paused , Running and Stopped

Stopping

Is this command stopping?

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
SuppliedComputerName

The computer from which to retrieve processes.

(Inherited from MultipleServiceCommandBase)

Methods

BeginProcessing()

When overridden in the derived class, performs initialization of command execution. Default implementation in the base class just returns.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
EndProcessing()

When overridden in the derived class, performs clean-up after the command execution. Default implementation in the base class just returns.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
GetResourceString(String, String)

Gets the resource string corresponding to baseName and resourceId from the current assembly. You should override this if you require a different behavior.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
Invoke()

Invoke this cmdlet object returning a collection of results.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
Invoke<T>()

Returns a strongly-typed enumerator for the results of this cmdlet.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ProcessRecord()
ShouldContinue(String, String)

Confirm an operation or grouping of operations with the user. This differs from ShouldProcess in that it is not affected by preference settings or command-line parameters, it always does the query. This variant only offers Yes/No, not YesToAll/NoToAll.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ShouldContinue(String, String, Boolean, Boolean)

Confirm an operation or grouping of operations with the user. This differs from ShouldProcess in that it is not affected by preference settings or command-line parameters, it always does the query. This variant offers Yes, No, YesToAll and NoToAll.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ShouldContinue(String, String, Boolean, Boolean, Boolean)

Confirm an operation or grouping of operations with the user. This differs from ShouldProcess in that it is not affected by preference settings or command-line parameters, it always does the query. This variant offers Yes, No, YesToAll and NoToAll.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ShouldProcess(String)

Confirm the operation with the user. Cmdlets which make changes (e.g. delete files, stop services etc.) should call ShouldProcess to give the user the opportunity to confirm that the operation should actually be performed.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ShouldProcess(String, String)

Confirm the operation with the user. Cmdlets which make changes (e.g. delete files, stop services etc.) should call ShouldProcess to give the user the opportunity to confirm that the operation should actually be performed.

This variant allows the caller to specify text for both the target resource and the action.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ShouldProcess(String, String, String)

Confirm the operation with the user. Cmdlets which make changes (e.g. delete files, stop services etc.) should call ShouldProcess to give the user the opportunity to confirm that the operation should actually be performed.

This variant allows the caller to specify the complete text describing the operation, rather than just the name and action.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ShouldProcess(String, String, String, ShouldProcessReason)

Confirm the operation with the user. Cmdlets which make changes (e.g. delete files, stop services etc.) should call ShouldProcess to give the user the opportunity to confirm that the operation should actually be performed.

This variant allows the caller to specify the complete text describing the operation, rather than just the name and action.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ShouldProcessServiceOperation(ServiceController)

Confirm that the operation should proceed

(Inherited from ServiceBaseCommand)
ShouldProcessServiceOperation(String, String)

Confirm that the operation should proceed

(Inherited from ServiceBaseCommand)
StopProcessing()

When overridden in the derived class, interrupts currently running code within the command. It should interrupt BeginProcessing, ProcessRecord, and EndProcessing. Default implementation in the base class just returns.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
ThrowTerminatingError(ErrorRecord)

Terminate the command and report an error

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
TransactionAvailable()

Returns true if a transaction is available and active.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteCommandDetail(String)

Write text into pipeline execution log.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteDebug(String)

Display debug information

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteError(ErrorRecord)

Internal variant: Writes the specified error to the error pipe.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteInformation(InformationRecord)

Route information to the user or host.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteInformation(Object, String[])

Route information to the user or host.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteObject(Object)

Writes the object to the output pipe.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteObject(Object, Boolean)

Writes one or more objects to the output pipe. If the object is a collection and the enumerateCollection flag is true, the objects in the collection will be written individually.

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteProgress(ProgressRecord)

Display progress information

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteVerbose(String)

Display verbose information

(Inherited from Cmdlet)
WriteWarning(String)

Display warning information

(Inherited from Cmdlet)

Applies to