VMware Aria Automation Blog
from Stefan Schnell
|Last update 07.12.2023|
An example how to invoke a workflow from an action, e.g. in the context of unit tests.
Approach to store and to invoke TypeScript code seamlessly.
Approach to store and to invoke C# code seamlessly.
This technical white paper describes ways to store any kind of files and to use them. Furthermore how to use Java archive files, for all the possibilities of Java.Open white paper
Combination of different approaches which build a basis, to execute a program unmodified in different system environments, to get system information.Open blog post
Tip to detect all properties of the all plugins.Open blog post
Hint to a restriction that should be note when using the where-used list.Open blog post
Tip to use C / C++ language with Emscripten and Node.js via WebAssembly.Open blog post
Tip to use Java classes with a property, so that a shutter file is not necessary.Open blog post
Tip to get access to the file system of a PowerShell container by using dotNET methods.Open blog post
Listing of undocumented WorkflowItem classes.Open blog post
Tips how to individualize the Hands-on Lab environment, to simplify the handling.Open blog post
Code snippets to export configuration elements of the vRO in JSON format.Open blog post
An approach to use PowerShell classes, on the same way as third-party libraries.Open blog post
An action to generate XML information about all workflows.Open blog post
An action to generated XML information about all actions.Open blog post
An unusual way to use binary embedded dotNET assemblies in PowerCLI runtime environment.Open blog post
A tip to get more information about the technical infrastructure of the PowerCLI container.Open blog post
Fix for accessing Java classes.Open blog post
Tip to detect the used version of the Rhino engine.Open blog post
PowreShell source code to show how to connect vCenter server system in the Hands-on Lab (HOL) via PowerCLI.
Cosmetic tip to switch the Google Chrome browser in dark mode and with it the web UI.Open blog post