Cmdlet Provider. Copy Item(String, String, Boolean) Method
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Copies an item at the specified path to an item at the
protected: virtual void CopyItem(System::String ^ path, System::String ^ copyPath, bool recurse);
protected: virtual void CopyItem(Platform::String ^ path, Platform::String ^ copyPath, bool recurse);
virtual void CopyItem(std::wstring const & path, std::wstring const & copyPath, bool recurse);
protected virtual void CopyItem (string path, string copyPath, bool recurse);
abstract member CopyItem : string * string * bool -> unit override this.CopyItem : string * string * bool -> unit
Protected Overridable Sub CopyItem (path As String, copyPath As String, recurse As Boolean)
The path of the item to copy.
The path of the item to copy to.
Tells the provider to recurse sub-containers when copying.
Providers override this method to give the user the ability to copy provider objects using the copy-item cmdlet.
Providers that declare ProviderCapabilities of ExpandWildcards, Filter, Include, or Exclude should ensure that the path and items being copied meets those requirements by accessing the appropriate property from the base class.
By default overrides of this method should not copy objects over existing items unless the Force property is set to true. For instance, the FileSystem provider should not copy c:\temp\foo.txt over c:\bar.txt if c:\bar.txt already exists unless the Force parameter is true.
copyPath exists and is a container then Force isn't required and
path should be copied into the
copyPath container as a child.
recurse is true, the provider implementation is responsible for preventing infinite recursion when there are circular links and the like. An appropriate terminating exception should be thrown if this situation occurs.
The default implementation of this method throws an PSNotSupportedException.