This is James’ second post on creating SQL tools with PowerShell and Windows forms. James is a DBA responsible for the management of a large number of SQL Server instances.
This blog post is about adding a new CheckBox to the SQL Tool base form from my first blog post. In the first blog post I just gave an introduction on the SQL Tool, now this is where the fun starts getting creative by adding your own SQL queries and PowerShell scripts. How cool is that! You’re making your own SQL tools tailored to your own needs. The CheckBox that I am going to be adding is for an SQL process, but it is universal. The CheckBox is just starting a PowerShell Function, what ever you dream up you can start that process from your own SQL Tool. If you started making your own SQL Tools or you would like for me to cover a topic please leave me a comment.
Add a new CheckBox
Step 1. In this step we will be adding a new CheckBox object called…
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