ContainerHandling/Enter-NavContainer.ps1

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<#
 .Synopsis
  Enter PowerShell session in a NAV/BC Container
 .Description
  Use the current PowerShell prompt to enter a PowerShell session in a Container.
  Especially useful in PowerShell ISE, where you after entering a session, can use PSEdit to edit files inside the container.
  The PowerShell session will have the PowerShell modules pre-loaded, meaning that you can use most PowerShell CmdLets.
 .Parameter containerName
  Name of the container for which you want to enter a session
 .Example
  Enter-NavContainer -containerName
  [64b6ca872aefc93529bdfc7ec0a4eb7a2f0c022942000c63586a48c27b4e7b2d]: PS C:\run>psedit c:\run\navstart.ps1
#>

function Enter-NavContainer {
    [CmdletBinding()]
    Param
    (
        [string] $containerName = "navserver"
    )

    Process {
        if ($usePsSession) {
            $session = Get-NavContainerSession $containerName
            Enter-PSSession -Session $session
            Invoke-Command -Session $session -ScriptBlock {
                function prompt {"[$env:COMPUTERNAME]: PS $($executionContext.SessionState.Path.CurrentLocation)$('>' * ($nestedPromptLevel + 1)) "}
            }
        } else {
            Write-Host "Enter-NavContainer needs administrator privileges, running Open-NavContainer instead"
            Open-NavContainer $containerName
        }
    }
}
Set-Alias -Name Enter-BCContainer -Value Enter-NavContainer
Export-ModuleMember -Function Enter-NavContainer -Alias Enter-BCContainer