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how can you check what is the current version installed on the server for the above two?

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OS 2003
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Why not start with search on microsoft.com website?
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thanks - for ODBC, is this the right link?
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321329
if so, any simpler option that using C++?

for XML, I found
http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread553198.html
is there anything more simpler for that?
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For odbc - RDP to server and open ODBC Data Source Administrator from Control Panel and click the About tab
ODBC.png
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for xml you can check registry HKLM - > Software - > Microsoft -> look for MSXML and see what version is installed.
I think we could get this by running a SQL query but I'll have to check that and get back to you.
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Check this link out and see how you can get the info from SQL:

http://www.codeguru.com/vb/gen/vb_database/sqlserver/article.php/c7467
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thanks - for ODBC, I got the version.

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exec master..xp_regread 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE', 'Software\Microsoft\MSXML'
gets 0 back. something not right in the query?
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