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Determine domino release

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We are testing moving from R5 to R6 (suprise, not backwards compatable). I need to check to see what version of domino is being run using LotusScript. Can someone tell me the command, I haven't been able to find it.
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See NotesSession.NotesVersion

The string differs from R5 to R6, but you can find that out for yourself. See also Designer Help.
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As Sjef says, .NotesVersion returns astring you can use.  For R5, it will begin with "Release 5.0."

You can also use Evaluate("@Version") which returns a string containing a number that is the Notes build number, e.g., "166" is R5.
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