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Determine WebSphere application Server version programmatically

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Hi,
Is there some api through which I can programmaticalty get the version of the Websphere App Server we are working on.

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from a jsp you could use <%=application.getServerInfo()%>  
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I dont know what you mean by programmatically but IBM provide a tool to fine this maybe you can use that
websphere\appserver\bin\versioninfo.bat
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