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I'd like you to put the database environment, user ID, and build version on the About screen.

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In the about screen of windows application. I have to put
the following:

I'd like you to put the database environment, user ID, and build version on the About screen.

This is connected to oracle.

 
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by:elimesika
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Well

To find the Oracle Version:

Sql>Select * from v$version;
 

user ID - you have to store it when logging into your application

build version - you can put it in your app.config file and access it with the ConfigurationManager
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by:mathieu_cupryk
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what about the database environment,
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System.Environment.UserDomainName;
System.Environment.OSVersion.ToString ();
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