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I'm new to PowerShell scripts and want to create items in Sitecore's Shared Data folder in a Json file and save the uploaded Json file in the App_Data directory's location. I tried using fullpath and relative path in the script, but it does not function and returns an error.

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Please help me.

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Try with powershell variable $SitecoreDataFolder to retrieve path related to App_Data, as from looking into the issue it seems its not getting the path you are specifying. If it doesn't work then do post your script here.

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  • Thanks Rinku, the suggested solution is working as anticipated. Aug 22, 2023 at 6:42
  • Its great that it solves your problem..... :)
    – Rinku Jain
    Aug 22, 2023 at 6:45
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A few things to keep in mind.

  1. When working with Sitecore Items you will need the PowerShell drive to be either master:, web:, or core:. This is necessary to ensure that the SPE provider is in use for managing content through the Sitecore API. This is when the ItemType would be something like a template name.
  2. When working with filesystem data you will need to ensure the drive selected is something like C:. As mentioned by Rinku the use of $SitecoreDataFolder is a way to ensure that the proper drive is provided.
  3. New-Item for the filesystem provider and SPE provider behave differently.

In your example you should run the command like the following:

New-Item -Path $SitecoreDataFolder\test-folder -ItemType Directory

Test Folder

You can use the command Receive-Item as seen in the docs to upload files.

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