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    How to check version of JRE?

    What command do I need to run to get the version of JRE in the database?

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    on windooze open a command prompt and type set, look in the path for the jre
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    I meant to say on Solaris. I have jre is $ORACLE_HOME directory.

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    ok well same dif, look in the path see the jre and it's version
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    the unix equivalent of SET (in Windows) is ENV

    or, you could look under /oracle (or where ever you installed JRE), you will see a dir. for JRE/ and below that a dir. (that will be the version #)

    This is what I see on my system:

    /oracle/jre>ls -lrt
    total 16
    drwxrwxr-x 5 oracle dba 8192 Jun 3 2002 1.3.1
    drwxrwxr-x 4 oracle dba 8192 Nov 22 2002 1.1.8

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    Try

    /usr/sbin/pkginfo -l product|grep Jre


    We use HP...it works

    /usr/sbin/swlist -l product|grep Jre
    Java-Jre1-1 C.01.18.05 Runtime Environment for Java
    Jre14 1.4.0.00.00 Java2 1.4 RTE

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    Originally posted by khussain
    the unix equivalent of SET (in Windows) is ENV

    hmm dont think so, ENV show you exported variables, SET shows ALL

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