No matter how hard the dbatools team try, there’s always someone who wants to do things we’d never thought. This is one of the great things with getting feedback direct from a great community. Unfortunately a lot of these ideas are either too niche to implement, or would be a lot of complex code for a single use case
As part of the
Restore-DbaDatabase stack rewrite, I wanted to do make things easier for users to be able to get their hands dirty within the Restore stack. Not necessarily needing to dive into the core code and the world of Github Pull Requests, but by manipulating the data flowing through the pipeline using standard PowerShell techniques All the while being able to do the heavy listing with out code.
So, below the fold we’ll be looking at some examples of how you can start going to town with your restores