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How to determine version of Pervasive programatically

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I am running into alot of SQL problems because PSQL does not seem to be backwards compatible. I am withing with 2000i all the way to 11 so is there an easy way to determine the version?
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This depends on which interface you are using.

If you are accessing the Btrieve interface, as you can issue a B_VERSION call.  If you do this after you open a file, you will get back multuiple 5-byte Version blocks which give you the major version, minor version, and engine type of the client, server, and local engine (if applicable).  See the documentation on the B_VERSION call for details.

If you are working within true SQL, I am not aware of any published built-in command that can get you the exact version information from SQL.  This is the toughest one.

If you are working via ODBC, then you can call the SqlGetInfo() function and pass it a parameter of 7, which is SQL_DRIVER_VER.  The returned value will be your complete version number.  The call looks like this in ODBCTest:

SQLGetInfo:
                        In:                        ConnectionHandle = 0x00222D00, InfoType = SQL_DRIVER_VER=7, InfoValuePtr = 0x006C0808, BufferLength = 300,
                                                            StringLengthPtr = 0x006AB418, Information Value Type = SQL_C_CHAR=1
                        Return:      SQL_SUCCESS=0
                        Out:                  *InfoValuePtr = "11.00.0173 000", *StringLengthPtr = 14
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