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Getting Lotus Notes, version from a file or registry

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Hi experts...

Is any way to get the Lotus Notes veriosn from a file, or registry?

If you know about good solution for that, then please
let me know...

Thanks, for this support
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In formula lang:
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@Version, Returns the release number of the Notes software you're running.

Syntax
@Version

Return value
versionNumber
String. The release number.

Usage
In column, selection, mail agent, and scheduled agent formulas, @Version returns the release number of the Notes server or workstation containing the database. In all other formulas, @Version returns the release number of the Notes workstation running the formula.

In Lotus script
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NotesVersion property

Read-only. The release of Notes in which the current script is running.
Defined in
NotesSession
Data type
String
Syntax
To get: version$ = notesSession.NotesVersion
Usage
If the script runs on a workstation, this property returns the workstation's release number. If the script runs on a server, it returns the server's release number.


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Number Returned by @Version Vs Corresponding Notes Version

114 3.x
136 4.0, 4.0x
138 4.1, 4.1x
145 4.5, 4.5x
147 4.6, 4.6x
166 5.x
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upps, sorry. I was meaning in c/c++ or Delphi code, or where are the value stored in registry or which .exe/.dll file?

Sorry for bad explanation...

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upps, sorry. I was meaning in c/c++ or Delphi code, or where are the value stored in registry or which .exe/.dll file?

Sorry for bad explanation...

Konni
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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Lotus\Notes

Check the above mentioned key it would contain the version #

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it's not enough to know 5.0 version in registry, i need to know in detai, like 5.07a???

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There is a exe file which gives you the exact build of the notes installed

Take a look at this link, http://support.lotus.com/sims2.nsf/eb5fbc0ab175cf0885256560005206cf/355ea879f2460da6c12568660035edc9?OpenDocument
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