DataRow To JSON With Powershell

Rob Sewell shows how to convert a .NET DataRow into its JSON form using Powershell:

I wanted to be able to Mock $variable. I wrapped the code above in a function, let’s call it Run-Query

Which meant that I could easily separate it for mocking in my test. I ran the code and investigated the $variable variable to ensure it had what I wanted for my test and then decided to convert it into JSON using ConvertTo-Json

Read on to see the fun mess that ConvertTo-Json made and then Rob’s simplification.

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