Thursday, July 24, 2014

PowerShell TTUC #15 – File Name with Time Stamp

PoweShell TTUC (Tips, Tricks and Useful Commands) #16 - File Name with Time Stamp

File can be created with date / time suffix using the following syntax / commands:

New-item -type file -Name ("MyFile_$(Get-Date -f MM-dd-yyyy_hh-mm-ss).txt") –force

New-item cmdlet will create a new file.  Get-data cmdlet will append date and time in MM-dd-yyyy_hh-mm-ss format. 


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Great post! Incorporating time stamps into file names is such a handy technique, especially in BI development. It not only helps in version control but also ensures a clear chronology of file updates, which is crucial for maintaining an organized and efficient BI development workflow. Thanks for sharing this practical PowerShell tip - definitely adding it to my toolkit!

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