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  1. Ah! That is great news. Thanks. Sent an email to Marcos, waiting on answer. Lester
  2. I believe Powergadgets could be a great tool to be used here at Compassion in other groups, anything i can do to help facilitate this issue? My goal is to show how quickly a admin could create a powergadgets gadget for thier desktop to monitor things such as our soa infrastructure. Showing powergadgets doing things like memory/running process while impressive has not peeked the curiosity much as i would have thought. Showing it against specific applications w/in the environment seems to have a much better response. The key is demonstrating Powergadgets creator and the simplicity for mos
  3. Windows PowerShellCopyright © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> invoke-webservice -WSDL http://dcorp77/management/managementservice.asmx?WSDL -Method ProbeService "<?xml version=`"1.0`"?><ProbeServiceRequest xmlns:xsd=`"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema`" xmlns:xsi=`"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance`" SchemaVersion=`"1`" xmlns=`"http://schemas.compassion.com/management/probeservicerequest/2007-04-01`"><ServiceName>CRDataProbe</ServiceName></ProbeServiceRequest>"Invoke-WebService : TypeConverter cannot convert from S
  4. ah the backtick, forgot about that with powershell, changed to that, no diff.
  5. ok reinstalling powergadgets fixed the open powershell console issue. Trying to invoke using the invoke-webservice also failed PS C:\WINDOWS\system32>invoke-webservice -WSDL http://dcorp77/management/managementservice.asmx?WSDL -Method ProbeService "<?xml version="1.0"?><ProbeServiceRequest xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" SchemaVersion="1" xmlns="http://schemas.compassion.com/management/probeservicerequest/2007-04-01"><ServiceName>CRDataProbe</ServiceName></ProbeServiceRequest>"Invoke-WebSer
  6. re: trying invoke-webservice, When i open powershell powergadgets console window i get this error:L WARNING: The following errors occurred when loading console C:\ProgramFiles\PowerGadgets\PowerGadgets.psc1:Cannot load Windows PowerShell snap-in PowerGadgets because of the followingerror: The Windows PowerShell snap-in module C:\ProgramFiles\PowerGadgets\PowerGadgets.Commands.dll does not have required WindowsPowerShell snap-in strong name PowerGadgets.Commands, Version=1.0.2769.24553,Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=a1878e2052c08dce.Windows PowerShell
  7. Generally when one is a MVP of a product there are a few things that follow in line with that. Obviously It is a program designed to market and push out the technology to other people, that is generally done via many ways. In line with this, are there rules/regulations that is generally expected that MVP's will follow, for example We should use the Gold MVP logo, if we use the logo in a signature, a URL should be enabled to click back to powergadgets, etc. Are we as MVP's tracked, eg do we each have a unique MVP ID, so that if i refer people to buy powergadgets is there a way for you to kn
  8. No i am sorry there is no external access. All of a soa services accept a single parameter which is an xml document, for example: <ProbeServiceRequest xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" SchemaVersion="1" xmlns="http://schemas.compassion.com/management/probeservicerequest/2007-04-01"> <ServiceName>SomeData</ServiceName> </ProbeServiceRequest> In this request the ProbeService reads the xml and responds accordingly (which is also a xml document). This is a very simplistic document, most of the documents
  9. We are extensive users of SOA services here. All of our wsdl's pass in complex data types via XML documents, when I use the PowerGadgets Creator the application simply locks up once I click on finish. I have downloaded and applied all updates to get to current release (as of 11/20/07) (it used to crash) Steps to reproduce 1. Select Wsdl 2. Select Method to Invoke 3. Past in xml for the only parameter present I am trying to present that is could be an easy way to retrive data and graph it without any/much programming.
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