SMLets Beta 4 Released!

SMLets Beta 4 Released!

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The SMLets CodePlex project has produced another release – Beta 4.  This new release was essentially all done by Jim Truher, so thanks to him very much for his work on this.  SMLets has come a long way since its humble beginnings with Get-SCSMIncident.  : )

The major new improvements for this release are:

  • Compiled against the RTM version of the SCSM 2012 SDK binaries
  • There is now four different installer packages for use in different situations – 2012 x64/x86 and 2010 x64/x86.  This will enable using SMLets in Orchestrator since Orchestrator is a x86 only process.  There have been some new cmdlets that have been added that are only useful against the SCSM 2012 SDK.  That is the reason for creating separate 2010 and 2012 installers.
  • The installer will now install into C:\Program Files\Common Files\SMLets instead of $PSHome

Some of the new cmdlets that have been added allow you to manipulate the service catalog in 2012:

  • Add-SCSMRequestOffering
  • Get-SCSMRequestOffering
  • Get-SCSMRequestOfferingQuestion
  • Get-SCSMServiceOffering
  • New-SCSMRequestOffering
  • New-SCSMRequestOfferingQuestion
  • New-SCSMServiceOffering
  • Remove-SCSMRequestOffering
  • Remove-SCSMServiceOffering

Upgrade instructions from SMLets Beta 3:

  1. Uninstall beta 3 from Add/Remove Programs
  2. Install SMLets Beta 4.

 

What are you waiting for?  Go download it today!

http://smlets.codeplex.com

REMINDER

SMLets is a community collaboration project which some Microsoft employees including Jim and myself contribute to in our free time.  It is not supported by Microsoft.  Please report any bugs or make feature requests on the CodePlex site.  If you would like to contribute to the project please leave a note on the CodePlex project site and we’ll contact you.

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  • I am stuck with SMLets for more than a month now. Even after successful import of various available versions I see limited commands like GetSCSMConnector.

    I am simply unable to get a hands on Get-SCSMObject or Get-SCSMClass. These are not even listed under Get-Help *

    I have confirmed that the service manager module is loaded and I am launching with admin rights. I am running them right on Management Server and logged in as Service Management account !

    Please let me know if I am missing something here. This is hampering development.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Pgoyal  at Xavient dot com

  • @Parag -

    When you run Import-Module smlets does that complete successfully?

    Note: If you had a PowerShell window open before you installed smlets you will need to close and reopen it.