Extending Get-Process to show the Process Chain using PowerShell Proxy Functions


A proxy function or wrapper function allows you to deploy a custom version of a function or cmdlet while the internal functionality remains implemented. That means you can get a core cmdlet or function, add parameters (or remove), and write the code for these parameters, customizing a new version of this core cmdlet or function. Also, we get the begin, process and end block exposed from the PowerShell advanced functions, allowing control over the command steppable pipeline.

The SteppablePipeline allows you to implement a cmdlet (advanced function) by delegating most of the implementation to another cmdlet in a memory-efficient, streaming