How to determine the version of WebSphere

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The versionInfo.sh (Linux) or versionInfo.bat (Windows) commands can be used to determine the version of WebSphere that is installed.

~]# ${was_install_root}/bin/versionInfo.sh

Installed Product
----------------------------------------------------
Name                IBM WebSphere Application Server
Version             9.0.0.7
ID                  BASE
Build Level         cf071808.01
Build Date          3/2/18
Package             com.ibm.websphere.ND.v90_9.0.7.20180302_0440
Installed Features  WebSphere Application Server traditional
                    EJBDeploy tool for pre-EJB 3.0 modules
                    Embeddable EJB container
                    Stand-alone thin clients and resource adapters

 

Likewise, the historyInfo.sh (Linux) or historyInfo.bat (Windows) commands can be used.

~]# ${was_install_root}/bin/historyInfo.sh

Installation Event
----------------------------------------------------
Install Manager Offering ID  com.ibm.websphere.BASE.v90
Action                       install
Version                      9.0.0.7
Package                      com.ibm.websphere.BASE.v90_9.0.7.20180302_0440
Log File Name                20180615_2053.xml
Timestamp                    2018-06-15 20:53:45-0500
Result                       success
Installed Features           EJBDeploy tool for pre-EJB 3.0 modules
                             Embeddable EJB container
                             Stand-alone thin clients and resource adapters

 

 

Liberty

The productInfo version command can be used to determine the version of the Liberty that is installed.

~]# liberty_home/bin/productInfo version
Product name:    WebSphere Application Server
Product version: 18.0.0.2
Product edition: LIBERTY_CORE


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