This PowerShell module provides a series of cmdlets for interacting with the Liquid Planner API
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PSLiquidPlanner-Activity.psm1
PSLiquidPlanner-Client.psm1
PSLiquidPlanner-Member.psm1
PSLiquidPlanner-Project.psm1
PSLiquidPlanner-Task.psm1
PSLiquidPlanner-Workspace.psm1
PSLiquidPlanner.psd1
PSLiquidPlanner.psm1
README.md

README.md

PSLiquidPlanner

This PowerShell module provides a series of cmdlets for interacting with the Liquid Planner API. Invoke-RestMethod is used for all API calls.

Requirements

Requires PowerShell 3.0 or above (this is when Invoke-RestMethod was introduced).

Usage

Download the latest release and extract the .psm1 and .psd1 files to your PowerShell profile directory (i.e. the Modules directory under wherever $profile points to in your PS console) and run: Import-Module PSLiquidPlanner Once you've done this, all the cmdlets will be at your disposal, you can see a full list using Get-Command -Module PSLiquidPlanner. Remember to run Set-LiquidPlannerAuthToken & Set-LiquidPlannerWorkspace before beginning to work in your environment.

Cmdlets

  • Add-LiquidPlanerTaskComment
  • Add-LiquidPlannerTaskLink
  • Get-LiquidPlannerActivity
  • Get-LiquidPlannerClient
  • Get-LiquidPlannerMember
  • Get-LiquidPlannerProject
  • Get-LiquidPlannerTask
  • Get-LiquidPlannerWorkspace
  • New-LiquidPlannerProject
  • New-LiquidPlannerTask
  • Remove-LiquidPlannerEnvironment
  • Set-LiquidPlannerAuth
  • Set-LiquidPlannerAuthToken
  • Set-LiquidPlannerWorkspace
  • Test-LiquidPlannerAuthIsSet
  • Test-LiquidPlannerEnvironment
  • Test-LiquidPlannerWorkspaceIdIsSet

Author

Author: Morten G. Johansen (morten@glerupjohansen.dk) // Twitter