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How do I get the version of a database

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2002-08-21 18:26:38.0Z
Mike_DePetrillo Posted on 2002-08-21 18:11:14.0Z
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If I initialize a database using version 6.0.3 and then initialize a
database using 8.0.0, how can I tell later the version each was initialized
under. @@version gives the version of the server not the database...


Jason Hinsperger Posted on 2002-08-21 18:26:38.0Z
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Select database_version from sysinfo

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<Mike_DePetrillo> wrote in message
news:AD2B19C9D5180C9F0063E7E885256C1C.0063E7F685256C1C@webforums...
> If I initialize a database using version 6.0.3 and then initialize a
> database using 8.0.0, how can I tell later the version each was
initialized
> under. @@version gives the version of the server not the database...