CLIXML - Transform

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  • #72859

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    I'm using CLIXML to serialize some objects that need to change from one environment to another. As such I've figured out a means to transform these xml files using ConfigTransforms. is there any reason I shouldn't do this?

    This GUI util I built in Powershell Studio, it exports data driven subscriptions. This is the thing I want to transform. Those subscriptions have a field called match data that I need to transform from one environment to another. Basically this match data is the Timing for when the subscription fires.

    The object can be re-hydrated after this transform.

    Here is what the transform of the item looks like:

    Transform information is in the Gist notes.

    The gui script is below:

    ***Removed 3000 line block of code*** ^_^ -WA

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    I think one reason you might not have any feedback is that a 3000-line block of code sample might be a wee bit much for people to absorb and comment upon :).

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    i agree didn't realize my script was that Huge.. is there a means for me to remove the link to the gist?

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