Hash Table Problem for EnhancedHtml2

Hi All,

I’m updating a report to include some formatting based on the information in a field. The report is built using the EnhancedHtml2 module. Everything works great in the report until I start to replace items in the ‘properties’ with a hash table. However, it is very hit and miss. Some of the hash tables work, then one in a set will throw errors. The two pieces of code below show one that works (Firewall Info), and another that throws on error (Software Info).

Final note, even though an error is thrown, the code works as planned.

Any thoughts would be much appreciated.

The error thrown is:
ConvertTo-EnhancedHTMLFragment : Hashtable missing Name and/or Expression key
At C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\UWMTools\fn-Srv-Get-ServerBuildReview.ps1:178 char:46

  • … tml_Software = $SoftwareInfo | ConvertTo-EnhancedHTMLFragment @params
  •                                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    • CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:slight_smile: [Write-Error], WriteErrorException
    • FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.WriteErrorException,ConvertTo-EnhancedHTMLFragment
        # Get the Firewall Info
            $params = @{'As'='Table';
                'Properties'=@{n='Firewall Zone';e={$_.FirewallZone}},
                             @{n='Firewall State';e={$_.FirewallState};css={if ($_.FirewallState -ne 'Disabled') { 'red' }}}
            } #Params for Info
            $html_firewall = $FirewallInfo | ConvertTo-EnhancedHTMLFragment @params
            $html_output.Add($html_firewall) | Out-Null

        # Get the Install Software Info
            $params = @{'As'='Table';
                'PreContent'='INSTALLED SOFTWARE';
                             @{n='Software';e={$_.Software};css={If ($_.Software -like 'VMWare Tools') { 'green' }}},
            } #Params for Software Info
            $html_Software = $SoftwareInfo | ConvertTo-EnhancedHTMLFragment @params
            $html_output.Add($html_software) | Out-Null

It could be a bug in the code (sorry, I’m just seeing this after being away for a while). But I’m not sure I’ve ever fed parameters the way you have. Try building a hash table just for the Properties parameter, and then feeding that to it in your splatted hash table, rather than trying to construct it all in one go. I’m wondering if some data structure isn’t getting lost somehow. But aside from that, I’d have to add a breakpoint to the Fragment command in the module and debug it to see what’s actually being fed to it in PSBoundParameters.