2014-03-18 01:09 PM
Here is a link to the workflow developer's guide. (https://library.netapp.com/ecm/ecm_get_file/ECMP1206601) This document should have relevant information on maintaining and developing workflows.
Alternatively, if you have WFA installed you could take a look at the "reference manual" from Help -> Reference Manual.
2014-03-18 01:14 PM
yes, I've looked in both. The only thing I could find in the 2.2 doc is get & set-wfaparameter.
I am thinking the other WFA commands should be documented somewhere
2014-03-18 08:38 PM
Stephen, your feedback is taken and it will be available in future WFA releases. Now for the time being you can do the following.
If you don't mind reading some documentation on a Powershell ISE cmd window then you can do this. It may not give the entire explanation, but should help you in using them.
WFA cmdlets are placed in the following 2 modules
ON Powershell 2.0 and above
1. Open powershell ISE or powershell windows
2. Import-module <WFA_install_location>\WFA\PoSH\profile.ps1
3. List the commands available for the 2 modules
PS C:\Users\Administrator> Get-Command -Module WFA
CommandType Name ModuleName
----------- ---- ----------
Cmdlet Add-WfaWorkflowParameter WFA
Cmdlet Copy-NaVM WFA
Cmdlet Get-WfaConfiguration WFA
Cmdlet Get-WfaCredentials WFA
Cmdlet Get-WfaInputPassword WFA
Cmdlet Get-WFALogger WFA
Cmdlet Get-WfaRestParameter WFA
Cmdlet Get-WfaVendor WFA
Cmdlet Get-WfaVersion WFA
Cmdlet Get-WfaWorkflowParameter WFA
Cmdlet Set-WfaCommandProgress WFA
Now you have got all the command names available in the module.
Get-WFALogger -message <string> [-Error] [-Info] [-Warn] [<CommonParameters>]
5. Now you can do this for any cmdlet to see its details. Do the same for WFAWrapper module as well.
Hope this helps.