I have developed a custom command in the WFA as below
param ([parameter(Mandatory=$true, HelpMessage="Cluster IP address")][string]$Cluster,[parameter(Mandatory=$true, HelpMessage="Storage Virtual Machine name")][string]$VserverName)
# connect to controllerConnect-WfaCluster $Cluster
# create the export policyGet-WFALogger -Info -message $("Getting status of Avscanner '" +$VserverName + "'")Get-NcVscanConnection -VserverContext $VserverName -ErrorAction Stop
when i am testing it, this is executing successfully, but i am not getting any output as expected(status of vscan)
can someone please help me on this
i manually use vserver vscan connection-status show this command to get the status.
If you connect to your controller with Connect-NcController in a normal PowerShell session and then run your Get-NcVscanConnection cmdlet manually outside of WFA, do you get the proper output back?
sorry for the late reply.
yes, i am getting the status information when i am running Get-NcVscanConnection cmdlet manually outside of WFA,
but when i am trying to use the same api in WFA (in custom command), i am not getting any errors(command is executing successfully) and also i am not getting any output.
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