Get Job Result Using Wildcards
You must get job services if you want to run your own job center. You can get job services by logging onto MSN console and typing “help” followed by “get a job”. The Get Job cadet gets items which represent the current active job history. To get the job information, you need to provide the command with the parameters that you want to get. For instance, you can use Get Job to get started with the specified Start Job, or you can use the Asjob parameter of some other cadets to get latest started jobs.
In order to get a variety of results, you can select “search all” on the Get Job menu. When you search all, you will get a list of all the jobs that are available in Microsoft. The list shows the summary of the job offer, contact information, requirements, perks, hours of work, pay rate, and so on. In addition, you will also get the summary of all the work experience, skills, qualifications, and other details which pertain to the particular company.
The following example shows the usage of the Get Processor (Get-processor). First, the jobid or ID is typed, and then the search filters are selected. Then, the parameters like the name, job title, department, etc. are specified.
There are plenty of such examples showing the usage of various Microsoft Get Job commands. For instance, the following command gets the filtered jobs which have LinkedIn profile. The second example shows how to search for all jobs which have LinkedIn profile.
You also need to specify the parameters for every Get Job command. For this, you need to select the “Search with Microsoft Office” option from the Start menu. A new dialog box will appear with a parameter array. The first parameter is the search term or the name of the job search; while the second parameter is the search combination or the name of the set of jobs to be displayed.
When you use the parameters, you get the job object for each of the selected jobs. The following command gets only the first five jobs of the specified group for the user. This is one of the powerful features of the Get-job command. It helps to manage the job collection in an efficient manner.
The next parameter for the “Get-job” command is the wildcard characters. The “!” symbol is the character which you can use to specify the fields that are not required for the particular job. It indicates that you can easily get the results that you wanted. Moreover, the “!” symbol can be used if you want to specify the jobs that are currently available and are not in the process of completion.
Finally, the last parameter for the “Get job” command is the time for which the get-process was completed. This is useful for users who want to know how many times the get-process has been completed. The other parameters for the same purpose are –start, –waiting, –threaded, and –total. You can also get details about the threads for the particular process by using the /T flag.