I have used the Get-PWstatistics for my entire DS, but now running a report for each Work Area/Rich project, I want to get the document count, I don't see any command line to get the value for a particular work are/rich project, what am I missing?
Get-PWStatistics returns what you see in the ProjectWise Administrator client when you select the Statistics tab on a datasource's property dialog. It doesn't have any data for specific Work Areas/Rich Projects.
If you want a document count per folder tree, Work Area/Rich Project or just a Folder, you could use Get-PWDocumentsBySearch.
For a count of documents in a specific folder, try this:
(Get-PWDocumentsBySearch -FolderPath 'dww\drawings' -JustThisFolder).count
And if you want a count of documents in the folder and its subfolders, just remove the -JustThisFolder switch.
Take a look at the help for other parameters that you can specify such as -GetVersionsToo as that will count the versions as well.
Dan WilliamsSolution ConsultantBentley Systems, IncorporatedPortland, OR, USA (Pacific Time UTC-08:00)
Answer Verified By: Stephen Herrick