Create WebConfigModification PowerShell

The WebConfigModification allow you to modif the web.config of the web application. It will be saved in the settings database.. When Apply the method ApplyWebConfigModifications of the the class SPWebService (Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration).

To create WebConfigModification

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Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell"
#change the ur of your web application 
$webApp=Get-SPWebApplication -Identity "http://win-o2tqsp5voae:21288/"

 $bindig = New-Object "Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebConfigModification"
 #The path to identifie the new node 
$bindig.Path = "configuration/system.serviceModel/bindings/basicHttpBinding"
#It is very important to deleting the node. By name SharePoint can find the
#node. must be unique to delete it. the format is: tagName[@name='Name'] 
$bindig.Name = "binding[@name='MyBinding']"
 $bindig.Sequence = 0
#the type of ConfigModification : 0= EnsureChildNode
 $bindig.Type = 0
#The owner of the modification
 $bindig.Owner = "MyWebConfigOwner"
 $bindig.Value = ""
 $webApp.WebConfigModifications.Add($bindig)

$webApp.Update()
 $webApp.Parent.ApplyWebConfigModifications()

To delete WebConfigModifcation


Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell"

# Web appication URL
$webapp=Get-SPWebApplication -Identity "http://win-o2tqsp5voae:21288/"

#delete all WebConfigModification fo the Owner
$Modification = $webapp.WebConfigModifications | ? { $_.Owner -eq "MyWebConfigOwner"}
 
 if($Modification -ne $null){
 
 write-Host "Deleting existing entries"
 
 
 foreach($mod in $Modification){
  $webapp.WebConfigModifications.Remove($mod)
 } 
$webapp.Update() 
$webapp.Parent.ApplyWebConfigModifications() 
Write-Host "Complete"
}
else
{Write-Host "no Item"}
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