Also, you can use double quotes inside the argumentlist if needed because it's enclosed in single quotes. Note: the example below makes use of EchoArgs. The values of parameters also need to be enclosed in single quotes, I didn't realized that. If array provided directly not as subexpression and there is no spaces between commas and array elements, then PowerShell use comma as separator when transforming arrays into command line. But until now it was thought a limitation of -Command was that it didn't support spaces. For example, the following command won't work correctly:.
Read the title of the question, spaces are the issue not length. Did you have the same problem and actually try it? J'ai mis à jour ce feedback. At any rate, I think you profusely for posting these solutions to the problem of calling scripts with spaces in the path and passing in arguments with spaces. There are a lot of other options here: Microsoft should make this way simpler and compatible with command prompt syntax. I was only able to get it to work once I removed all spaces from the connection string.
Just to clarify what I'm trying to do, I'm trying to pass command line arguments to a java process with spaces in them. Arguments to PowerShell itself can require escaping as well. Starting Executables in PowerShell To run an executable in PowerShell, you just need to specify its name. To get around this limitation, I wrote a short command-line program named ShowArgs. Single quotes ' are only recognized by powershell. Solution 1 is obviously simpler.
Sadly, that means it stops parsing from there — meaning the variables get treated as literals. You can capture an executable's output in a variable, as shown in Figure 4. The bottom line is that PowerShell lacks a built-in way to see an executable's exact command line. Ils m'ont été très utiles pour me montrer l'incantation spécifique de prix simples et doubles pour obtenir le résultat désiré - si vous aviez besoin de garder les doubles prix internes en place. So you can provide whatever account you like. Cannot convert value to type System.
In this command, only the executable's name is placed in quotes, followed by the parameters. I expect that this is a known headache and has had a known workaround from day one. If the program outputs only one line, the variable will contain a single string rather than an array. Is there a special rule to know about parameters with spaces with PowerShell, or are you just suggesting to take it case-by-case, using EchoArgs to help? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Well, this is a cmd. But maybe the batch file thing.
Google it and probably you will find something. Apparemment, ce n'est pas nécessaire car même le cmd. No one has been able to figure it out. PowerShell doesn't do any automatic quoting of these parameters, so you'll have to insert quotes where needed. As much as I like powershell and I really do am a little disappointed that so far I have had to resort to use the 'old stuff' i. More detail of your environment configuration may be helpful. First, how to call a script from PowerShell console when the script file path contains white space? Here is an example where a registry key with spaces is passed as a parameter to a Powershell script.
Par défaut, Windows PowerShell ouvre une nouvelle fenêtre. Is there a way to do that in your example? FullName' in expression or statement. I was wondering if it is possible to do it straight out of powershell. If you want to improve it submit an edit which includes the actual command in the question and I will accept it. We do expand environment variables if you use Cmd. I was able to get this to work using some of your suggestions. How does your script look like and what is the output you get? Use this parameter to submit commands to Windows PowerShell that require complex quotation marks or curly braces.
Software installes, exit code 0. Hello, Just wanted to show how we can take this to the next level if the parameter itself you are passing to your script contains a space. FullName as a literal string! I've tried all sorts of variations including your suggestions and could only get it to work by putting the command in a batch file. Work out the command if you were to enter everything on one line without variables. And, yes quotes around spaced directories fails. I've tried quoting the parameters multiple ways without success.
This may also be because you do not have sufficient access rights to the file. One option would be to dynamically write out a. I've updated that feedback item too. Regardless of that — usually it is possible to extract the msi from the setup executable. Note: This is only an issue when being called by powershell. Knowing those errors would be helpful in identifying which portion of the command is having issues. For example, the following two commands are equivalent:.