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> I'm trying to determine if a certain version of java is installed ...
> without actually invoking java.
> Can anyone suggest an API or command that I can used to
> determine this?
> I thought about using the DSPSFWRSC command, but the resource
> ID for java
> isn't the same between our V4R3 & V5R0 boxes, so that
> wouldn't be a good
> test.

Ok, just about as soon as I sent this message I figured out a way (doh!).

Invoke 'java class(*version)' and receive the completion message.

david


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