Use PowerShell Format-table With Test-SPContentDatabase

The output from Test-SPContentDatabase is pretty much unreadable IMHO, so as a quick top just use Format-table to control the formatting of standard output to get something actually readable!


PS C:\Users\[Your User]> Test-SPContentDatabase -Name [Name] -WebApplication [URL] | ft

it comes out much nicer!



One Comment

  1. myro says:

    We’ve created a tool (and published it on codeplex) which provides detailed information by parsing the Test-SPContentDatabase output.
    With this tool you will exactly know where your custom web parts are located and even more.

    It would be great if you can try it and report a feedback/bugs on the codeplex site:

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