Pipeline.Invoke Method ()
Assembly: System.Management.Automation (in System.Management.Automation.dll)
Here is an example of calling this method after the pipeline is created.
Pipeline pipeLine = myRunSpace.CreatePipeline("GetProcPSSnapIn01\\get-proc"); Collection<PSObject> results = pipeLine.Invoke();
For an example of applications that use this class, see:
When this method is used to invoke the pipeline, the Windows PowerShell runtime closes the Input pipe.
This method cannot be called when another pipeline is running.
This method cannot be called multiple times on a given pipeline. The state of the pipeline must be NotStarted when Invoke is called. When this method is called, it changes the state of the pipeline to Running. When Invoke is completed, it changes the state of the pipeline to one of following:
Applications can get notified about pipeline state changes by registering for the StateChanged event. This event is raised each time the state of the pipeline changes.
Target PlatformsWindows 98, Windows 2000 , Windows 2000 Server , Windows CE, Windows Server 2008, Windows 98 Second Edition, Pocket PC, Smart Phone, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 2008 R2, Windows Developer Preview, Windows Server Developer Preview
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