The purpose of this article is to provide you with the information you need to code with the BitTitan PowerShell module. We’re not going to teach you how to write a PowerShell script, code error handling, or build a loop. There are good resources online to help you develop those skills. If you’re familiar with PowerShell, you know there’s a learning curve for each new module. For example, you’ll want to learn how to connect and how to execute tasks such as creating or modifying objects. We want to help you get ahead of the curve so you can successfully build BitTitan SDK automation.
Here are resources that will help you ramp up your BitTitan PowerShell skills.
Cmdlet reference page
Once you’ve installed and started using the PowerShell module, you’ll want to check out our cmdlet reference page. This is where you’ll find all available cmdlets for the module, as well as some valuable examples of each parameter.
To give you an idea, if you need help defining items to be migrated with the Add-MW_MailboxMigration, click on the cmdlet in the left menu. Then, scroll down to ItemTypes where you’ll see a table of all available types.
GitHub script repository
In our GitHub repository you’ll find a variety of scripts, from simple scripts for basic tasks to elaborate scripts that execute complex migration workflows. Check it out here.
We blog about our PowerShell module and scripting on GitHub. Check in often at www.bittitan.com/blog/tips-and-tricks/ to see use cases for scripts or learn some coding with our SDK.
(this blog is a repost of the original blog that I wrote and published here)