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 Author Paul Beck  Views 695 View Original Article

A module is a self-contained set of code that once loaded can be called/used.  I use modules to keep similar SharePoint functionality that I want to reuse.  There are 2 basic types of modules:1.> Script modules, this is the easiest and most common type of module.  Take you .ps1 file and rename it .psm12.> Code/Binary modules are compiled dll's that can be loaded and used.  You can also create a snap-in with binary code.3> Snap-ins, are compiled code dll's.  The …
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