Automatically change Data Factory Integration Runtime proxy settings

Regarding to self-hosted Integration runtime (IR) setup instructions, this is possible to proxify outbound traffic from IR to DataFactory.

There is a configuration option “Use system proxy” which is not a real system proxy, but .NET application config in files diahost.exe.config and diawp.exe.config. So, any changes to WinHTTP or Internet Explorer proxy settings does not affect IR services.

There is a very simple method to configure the proxy for IR automatically without complicated XML parsing:

$config_proxy = '<defaultProxy enabled="true"><proxy bypassonlocal="true" proxyaddress="" /></defaultProxy>'

$diawp_config_file = "C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Integration Runtime\\4.0\\Shared\\diawp.exe.config"
$diahost_config_file = "C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Integration Runtime\\4.0\\Shared\\diahost.exe.config"

$diawp_config = Get-Content -Path $diawp_config_file
$diawp_config = [string]::Join(" ", $diawp_config)
$diawp_config = $diawp_config -replace '<defaultProxy useDefaultCredentials="true" />', $config_proxy
$diawp_config | Out-File -FilePath $diawp_config_file -Encoding utf8

$diahost_config = Get-Content -Path $diahost_config_file
$diahost_config = [string]::Join(" ", $diahost_config)
$diahost_config = $diahost_config -replace '<defaultProxy useDefaultCredentials="true" />', $config_proxy
$diahost_config | Out-File -FilePath $diahost_config_file -Encoding utf8

Apply the script and restart the service and IR should be in Ready state on Data Factory side.

If bypass URLs are needed or proxy authentication, there are more information about proxy settings customization in “Configure proxy server settings” section and proxy element reference.

Create a table in PowerShell

Sometimes we need to have a CSV in output of the script. The manual concatenation of string is not a beautiful solution for object-oriented PowerShell. The easiest way to create the table and export it to CSV for me :

$records = @() 

$records += New-Object psobject -Property @{ Column1 = "Value1" Column2 = "Value2" } 

$records += New-Object psobject -Property @{ Column1 = "Value3" Column2 = "Value4" } 

$records | Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation -Path .\table.csv $records | Out-GridView

Test your PowerShell DSC configuration on Azure VM

Troubleshooting and debugging PowerShell DSC configurations could be sometimes very painful. If you are preparing your DSC configuration to use in Azure or even on-premises, you would like to test it in the real environment.

Continue reading “Test your PowerShell DSC configuration on Azure VM”