VerbsLifecycle Class

Definition

Verbs that are commonly used in cmdlet names when the cmdlet manipulates the lifecycle of something.

public ref class VerbsLifecycle abstract sealed
public static class VerbsLifecycle
type VerbsLifecycle = class
Public Class VerbsLifecycle
Inheritance
VerbsLifecycle

Remarks

These verbs are recommended over their synonyms when used as the verb name

for cmdlets.

Fields

Approve

Agree to the status of a resource or process

Assert

State or affirm the state of an object

Build

Creates an artifact (usually a binary or document) out of some set of input files (usually source code or declarative documents)

Complete

Finalize an interruptable activity. Makes pending changes permanent.

Confirm

Acknowledge, verify, or validate the state of a resource

Deny

Refuse, object, block, or oppose the state of a resource or process

Deploy

Sends an application, website, or solution to a remote target[s] in such a way that a consumer of that solution can access it after deployment is complete.

Disable

Stop and/or configure something to be unavailable (e.g unable to not start again)

Enable

Configure to be available (e.g. able to start)

Install

Settle in an indicated place or condition (optionally initializing for use)

Invoke

Calls or launches an activity that cannot be stopped

Register

Record details about an item in a public store or publishing location

Request

Ask for a resource or permissions

Restart

Terminate existing activity and begin it again (with the same configuration)

Resume

Begin an activity again after it was suspended

Start

Begin an activity

Stop

Discontinue or cease an activity

Submit

Present a resource for approval

Suspend

Suspend an activity temporarily

Uninstall

Remove or disassociate

Unregister

Remove details of an item from a public store or publishing location

Wait

Suspend execution until an expected event

Applies to