You learn something new every day. For months I have been doing Graph API calls trough PowerShell with JSON requests. If you copy/paste a JSON request body right into your favorite PowerShell editor you will get a lot of errors.
To have a request that your editor can understand you need to do it like this:
But now you have to convert this to JSON again when doing your request.
$Body | ConvertTo-JSON
There was a lot of requests I was not able to convert, and that stopped me from creating the scripts I wanted. So when I hit the wall with my Graph/PowerShell scripting, I took an extra thorough look through Goole.com and found something that instantly made me smile and feel joy. How could I not have noticed this before?
What you need to do to put a JSON request into a variable? You wrap it with @’ on the first line and ‘@ on the last.
Now you don’t even need to use ConvertTo-JSON!
Read about how I work with Graph through PowerShell here.