ADO.Net In Powershell Core

Max Trinidad shows how to use Powershell Core on Windows or Linux to run T-SQL queries:

There’s a catch!

Nothing is perfect yet! Using the .NET Core version of System.Data, there’s a known issue with the datarow class. It seems it’s building the data results as string list of values without the column information.

But, there’s always a way to make thing work adding some extra code to work around this issue and reconstruct the data the way we want.

Max points out a couple of issues that exist today, but they’re getting resolved.

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