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Which tool to use to debug powershell that carry sharepoint 2010 cmdlets

Which tool to use to debug powershell that carry sharepoint 2010 cmdlets ?
What are the steps involved in doing this ?
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David Johnson, CD

8/22/2022 - Mon
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my understanding is that we cannot use powershell ise because it would not recognize commands like 'Get-Spweb'
what are the steps involved in debugging using visual studio 2010. ?
which process to attach ?

thanks for your help
David Johnson, CD

You have to import the modules

I installed the Power GUI on my laptop.
i am also able to put the breakpoints. Now, my understanding is that when the breakpoint hits it should bring up the cmd prompt. Is that right ?
Actually, i am kind of newbie in powershell, so, would you mind to be little more descriptive in your reply.

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David Johnson, CD

no what it does is allow you to look at the variables and you can check other areas of the system.

Out of the 3 tools you mentioned, which tool should server better in which situation ?
Or, should i just stick with one ?
David Johnson, CD

I like powergui myself, as my Visual Studio takes forever to load
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