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Metalogix StoragePoint 5.9.1 - PowerShell and API Reference Guide

PowerShell Guide
StoragePoint PowerShell Overview Getting Started Profile and Endpoint Management Cmdlets Timer Job Scheduling Cmdlets BLOB Information and Migration Cmdlets Miscellaneous SharePoint Utility Cmdlets PowerShell Script Examples StoragePoint API Reference

Displaying All BLOB Files Associated with a SharePoint Document

This example displays all BLOB files associated with a given document in SharePoint. This includes versions and drafts/checked out versions, etc.

$blobs = Get-BLOB –doc "http://spsite/documents/123.tif"

ForEach ($b in $blobs) {$b.Endpoint.Name + " : " + $b.FilePath}

Enabling App Management service Application and App Catalog

The following scripts can be used to provision the service and app catalog required for enabling the StoragePoint SPFX Site Collection feature. This feature is required for full StoragePoint functionality in the SharePoint 2019 Modern User Interface.

- Provide and configure App Management service application:

 

$accountName = "<domain\ID>"

$svcAppPoolName = "AppManagementServiceApplicationPool"

$svcAppName = "App Management Service Application"

$dbServer = "<server>"

$dbName = "AppManagement_" +  [System.Guid]::NewGuid()

$svcAppProxyName = "App Management Server Application Proxy"

 

$account = Get-SPManagedAccount $accountName

$appPool = New-SPServiceApplicationPool -Name $svcAppPoolName -Account $account

$svcApp = New-SPAppManagementServiceApplication -Name $svcAppName -DatabaseServer $dbServer -DatabaseName $dbName -ApplicationPool $appPool

New-SPAppManagementServiceApplicationProxy -Name $svcAppProxyName -UseDefaultProxyGroup -ServiceApplication $svcApp

 

- Provide and configure AppCatalog site collection (for specific web application):

 

$appCatalogUrl = '<URL>'

New-SPSite -Url $appCatalogUrl -OwnerAlias "<domain\ID>" -Name "App Catalog" -Template "APPCATALOG#0"

Update-SPAppCatalogConfiguration -Site $appCatalogUrl -Force:$true -SkipWebTemplateChecking:$true    
 

StoragePoint API Reference

StoragePoint API Overview

 

StoragePoint exposes APIs for performing actions from custom Microsoft .net framework code. A Profile Creation api (ProfileAPI) is exposed as well as a Blob Migration API (BlobAPI), a Blob Reference API (BlobReferenceAPI), Archive API (ArchiveAPI), Validator API (ValidatorAPI) and Timer Job API (TimerJobAPI). These APIs are callable only from Microsoft .net framework languages (i.e. C#, VB.net) and can only run on a Web Front End server in a SharePoint farm.

 

Using the API Objects in Visual Studio

A Visual Studio project must reference the BlueThread.SharePoint.StoragePoint.StoragePointAPI assembly in order to use the ProfileAPI class. This assembly is installed by the core StoragePoint installation in the SharePoint bin directory (ex. C:\Program Files\Common Files\Web Server Extension\12\bin if SharePoint is installed on the C drive). To set the reference in Visual Studio:

1)Right click on the References node under the custom project.

2)Select the Browse tab and browse to the SharePoint bin directory (see above).

3)Select the file Bluethread.SharePoint.StoragePoint.StoragePointAPI.dll and click OK.

Also note the following limitations on solutions developed using the classes:

·The solution must run on a SharePoint WFE server in the farm. No provision is made for access by machines outside of the farm.

·Use outside of a SharePoint context is not supported.

·The solution should run under the SharePoint service account so that access to SharePoint resources and databases is possible.

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