I am developing web applications on my PC and deploying them to AS/400's, which requires that I use the jtopen version of jt400.jar on the PC and the native jt400.jar on the iSeries, as only the latter seems to support the *CURRENT, *CURRENT default login values.

This is not a problem as such, except that I occasionally forget to remove jt400.jar from my WAR file before deploying, which then gives login failures.

I'd like to know if there is a programmatic way I can see if I'm using the opensource version of jtopen, and a way to determine definitively if I'm running on an AS/400, so I can deliberately check for this in my code?

We are using version jtopen 5.0 internally.

Best regards,

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