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Hi

Can any body tell me how can find out the JSP version .

I installed WebLogic7.0 version.

SO i need to find out the jsp version .

Thanks
 
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RTFM? Surely BEA has some documentation somewhere?

Ok, I just did some homework for you. I stuck "weblogic jsp" in Google, found dev2dev.bea.com (d'oh), stuck "7.0 jsp version" in the search box, and got the FAQ as the third hit.

- Peter
[ September 02, 2004: Message edited by: Peter den Haan ]
 
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Thanks for your guidlines .

Is there any possibility to find out version using java code either servlet/jsp ?
 
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