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Provides information about a mapping between a command name and a real command.
public ref class AliasInfo : System::Management::Automation::CommandInfo
public class AliasInfo : System.Management.Automation.CommandInfo
type AliasInfo = class inherit CommandInfo
Public Class AliasInfo Inherits CommandInfo
Gets the type of the command(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Gets the name of the command to which the alias refers.
Gets or sets the description for the alias
The module that defines this cmdlet. This will be null for commands that are not defined in the context of a module.(Inherited from CommandInfo)
The module name of this command. It will be empty for commands not imported from either a module or snapin.(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Gets the name of the command.(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Gets or sets the scope options for the alias
The objects output from an alias are the objects output from the resolved command. If we can't resolve the command, assume nothing is output - so use void.
Return the parameters for this command.(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Gets the information about the parameters and parameter sets for this command.(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Gets the command information for the command that is immediately referenced by this alias.
The remoting capabilities of this cmdlet, when exposed in a context with ambient remoting.(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Gets the command information for the command that the alias eventually resolves to.
Gets the source of the command (shown by default in Get-Command)(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Gets the source version (shown by default in Get-Command)(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Indicates if the command is to be allowed to be executed by a request external to the runspace.(Inherited from CommandInfo)
Resolves a full, shortened, or aliased parameter name to the actual cmdlet parameter name, using PowerShell's standard parameter resolution algorithm.(Inherited from CommandInfo)
for diagnostic purposes(Inherited from CommandInfo)