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Did you know that there is a SQL function provided with ProjectWise which will return all folders within a provided ProjectWise folder specified by the corresponding folder id. The name of the function is dsqlGetSubFolders. In this post, I will show an easy way to retrieve all ProjectWise Folder objects for a provided Work Area / Rich Project.
We will be using the following cmdlets to accomplish this task. All of the ProjectWise related cmdlets are available using the PWPS_DAB module. At the time of this post, I am using version 220.127.116.11. Take a look at the help for each of the cmdlets to become familiar with their functionality, available parameters, etc.
For the dsqlGetSubFolders function, you have three argument values you can provide.
- The first argument value can be either 0 or 1.
- 0 – Do Not include the parent folder when a folder id is provided in the second argument.
- 1 – Include the parent folder when a folder id is provided in the second argument.
- The second argument allows you to provide a folder id for the parent folder to return all subfolders for.
- This value indicates the level. This will be set to 0 (zero).
I will specify 1 for the first argument value and 177 for the second argument value. This is the folder id of the BSI900 – Adelaide Tower Work Area provided with the ProjectWise examples datasource.
In the following
# Folder ID of the Work Area / Rich Project / Folder to obtain all ProjectWise Folder objects for. $ProjectID = 177 [int] $IncludeParentFolder = 1 $SQL = "SELECT o_projguid AS GUID FROM dms_proj WHERE o_projectno IN ( SELECT o_projectno FROM dsqlGetSubFolders ($IncludeParentFolder, $ProjectID, 0) )" # Returns the folder GUIDs for each folder within the provided Work Area folder id. $results = Select-PWSQL -SQLSelectStatement $SQL # Pass the GUIDs to get the ProjectWise Folder objects. $pwFolders = Get-PWFoldersByGUIDs -FolderGUIDs $results.GUID
Experiment with it and have fun.
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