IBM Cloud SQL Query PowerShell Cmdlets

An easy-to-use set of PowerShell Cmdlets offering real-time access to IBM Cloud SQL Query. The Cmdlets allow users to easily query live data - just like working with SQL server.

  • Easy-to-use Cmdlets with a simple SQL interface to live IBM Cloud SQL Query data.
  • Connect to IBM Cloud SQL interactive query services from PowerShell scripts.
  • Easily pipe data into and out-of flat-files, databases, and other data stores for archival, back-up, and synchronization.

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IBM Cloud SQL Query PowerShell Cmdlets
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PS C:\> Invoke-IBMCloudSQL -Connection $conn -Query "SELECT * FROM IBMCloudSQLTables" | Export-Csv c:\IBMCloudSQLTables.csv

Access IBM Cloud SQL Query data from PowerShell!

The IBM Cloud SQL Query Data Cmdlets provide the easiest way to connect with IBM Cloud SQL Query data from the command-line. The Cmdlets leverage a straightforward design, similar to the Microsoft SQL Server Database Engine Cmdlets, that makes it easy to import, export, backup, analyze, transform, & connect-to your IBM Cloud SQL Query data.

Command-line IBM Cloud SQL Query Data Integration


The IBM Cloud SQL Query Cmdlets offer a simple Transact-SQL interface for connecting with data in real time from Microsoft PowerShell. The IBM Cloud SQL Query Cmdlets make it easy to:

IBM Cloud SQL Query Import/Export

Pipe data from IBM Cloud SQL Query into and out-of flat-files, databases, and other data stores for archival, back-up, and synchronization.

Clean & Normalize Data

Use PowerShell scripting to normalize and/or de-duplicate IBM Cloud SQL Query Data. Easily interact with real-time data.

Automate Integration Tasks

Connect scripts with scheduling Apps (like the windows scheduler) to automate common integration tasks.






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