Cmdlets for Microsoft Dataverse

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Invoke-CDS Cmdlet

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Invoke-CDS [parameters]


The Invoke-CDS cmdlet allows you to use SQL statements to execute any SQL statement directly. Below is the syntax for a parameterized query:

$query = Invoke-CDS -Connection $connection -Query 'SELECT * FROM Accounts WHERE Name=@Name' -Params @{'@Name'='MyAccount'}
This cmdlet is also useful for executing stored procedures. Use the EXEC keyword to call a stored procedure:
$query = Invoke-CDS -Connection $connection -Query 'EXEC GetOAuthAccessToken AuthMode = @AuthMode' -Params @{"APP"}
To pass multiple Params parameters, use a semicolon (;) as a delimiter. The code below outlines the structure of an EXEC command with two parameters (param1 and param2):
$query = Invoke-CDS -Connection $connection -Query 'EXEC MyStoredProc Input1=@param1, Input2=@param2' -Params @{'@param1' = 'value1'; '@param2' = 'value2'}

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