I think I need to add some text the the icon above…
For the most part, unless you are building customized reports, you can forget about ClarityPS. Just know it exists, and that I still have quite a few more elements to expose to the PowerShell functions.
To get started, install ReportCardPS (This will auto-install Clarity PS:
Review the available commands:
Get-Command -Module ReportCardPS
Get-ReportCardTemplateSet – This function can check directories for Json Files that can be used as a report template.
New-ReportCard – Ingests a JSON file and loops through the data to create the Cards within the report
If you run ‘Get-ReportCardTemplateSet’ with no parameters, it will return the default template files included with the module.
The current template file is named ‘vCenterHomeReport.json’ and provides the HTML file above. It’s as close as I could get to the vCenter Home page.
Connect-VIServer 192.168.2.220 -User administrator -Password VMware1!
Then you are ready to run your first report. Keep in mind this is still a new module, and there are no current output options. Please feel free to submit a request!
New-ReportCard -Title MyFirstReportCard -JsonFilePath "C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\ReportCardPS\0.0.8\lib\VMware\vCenterHomeReport.json" | Out-File C:\temp\reportcardps\test.html -Encoding ascii
There you have it! Oh, it also comes with a built in theme switcher! If you like that kinda thing….
All docs are updated for both modules. Enjoy!