The Get Job command is used to search for the jobs that are currently available. It is used as a support for various Windows error messages, which provide information regarding jobs, when they were scheduled and about their status. For example, the Get-Task Task displays the list of currently available jobs in this session. The following is more information on how to get job information.
To get the information on the currently running background job, use the Get-job command. The Get-job cmdlet displays objects that represent the currently started background jobs in the present session. You can also use Get-job to search for started jobs with the Start-job cmdlet or by utilizing the AsJob parameter of some other cmdlets without parameters. Using parameters without parameters, a Get-job command displays all background jobs in the present windows.
The first command uses the AsJob parameter to search for the application that is currently being used. The second command uses the Asleep parameter to idle the workflows until it is manually closed. The third command uses the WaitForFirst Argument, which waits for the first event on the Workflow object. The fourth command uses the WaitLCurrent LV2 Thread to wait for the specified event to occur.
There are other methods for monitoring a job started, which you can learn more about in the Windows Intellisense section. The first method uses the Get-job Win32function to display the name of the application that is currently being used or for which the job started. The second method uses the Get-job Winforms to display the names of the controls that were invoked from an As Job command. The third method uses the Asjob parameter and displays the names of the commands that have been invoked from an As Job command. The fourth method uses the Winforms Create Menu to display the names of the commands that were used to create the menu.
The fifth method uses the As Seen On Demand or ASAP to search for the information. The first command uses the As Seen On Demand or ASAP to search for the specified instance id of the process or the device. The second command uses the As Seen On Demand or ASAP to search for the specified process or device instance id. The third command uses the Wait For First Argument to wait for the first argument to come up or for the specified instance id of the process or device. The fourth command uses the Wait For First Argument to wait for the first argument to come up or for the specified process or device.
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