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Hello every one!
Does any body know how to find out which JAVA version a particular application is using. We are using Netscape application server and it has some in built JDK/JVM. If I write some programs they work well on the console, but are not working when I use them along with the application.
If any one know how to find, please let me know.
fyi: Netscape application server is using server side JAVASCRIPT.
thanks
praveen
 
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Tranferring this to the iPlanet (aka Netscape)forum...
 
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Call this method and view you system console log file:
System.getProperties().list(System.out);
It will tell you a lot more information you never know how to find them. Note that this method is standard for any JDK.
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Something else you can do is look in your iPlanet kregedit registry and look at the key "SOFTWARE\iPlanet\Application Server\6.0\Java", or something similar on your server. This will list the classpath, libpath, and JVM the server is using. iPlanet App Server comes with JDK 1.2.2 installed in .../ias6/ias/usr/java, which is where the classpath above points to. The classpath setting for the server ovverides any system classpath settings, AFIK.
Hope this helps..
 
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