Here’s a PowerShell script framework that includes error handling and creates a log file with validation:

To use this framework, you need to modify the “Main script code here” section with your actual script logic. Any errors that occur within the try block will be caught and logged using the Write-Log function. The Handle-Error function is called to handle the error by writing it to the log file and throwing the error again to halt the script execution.

The finally block is used for clean-up operations and will always execute, regardless of whether an error occurred or not. You can add your own clean-up code or remove the finally block if not needed.

Remember to set the $LogFilePath variable to the desired location for the log file. Each log entry will include a timestamp, log level (Info, Warning, or Error), and the log message itself.

Feel free to customize the framework further to meet your specific needs.