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Is it possible via a webpage script to obtain the version number of JInitiator that the client has installed and redirect them based on that?

IE... client loads a page (default.asp) and it checks their jInitiator version.
If the user is running jInitiator 1.18.32 it forwards them to 32.htm
If the user is running jInitiator 1.18.17 it forwards them to 17.htm

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One way is to look in Registry->HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE->SOFTWARE->ORACLE->Jinitiator->home to get the Home Directory (I will use the name HD for this Directory) of the default Jinitiator of the browser machine.

In the directory HD look in subdirectory US and open the text file jinit-version. The version is coded there:

object_classid=clsid:ff348b6e-fd21-11d4-a3f0-00c04fa32518
object_executable=jinit1187.exe#Version=1,1,8,7
mimetype=application/x-jinit-applet;version=1.1.8.7
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