java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 02/23/2005 10:40:31 AM:

> We have a situation where we need to find what version
> of java is installed on AS400, the problem is i do not
> have access to QSH command
> Normally what i do i go in QSH and type java -version
> and i get the version
> what are the other ways to find if java is installed
> and what version is installed

To see the current default version from the CL command line (just like from
QSH), you can use:

      JAVA *VERSION

HTH.

-blair

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