Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Checking Oracle Application Server version

I was trying to find the exact version of Oracle Application Server installed months ago. A simple task, but may not be straight forward if you don't know where to find it. ..

After searching for a while, the fastest way to find it is to check the installation report. You can find it at: <ORACLE_HOME>/install/readme.txt

As a bonus, it also shows where is the exact URL to the Enterprise Manager (no more port guessing!) and the name of admin user (ias_admin? oc4jadmin?).


Blogger Bit Bucket said...

Check, which is also updated when you install a patch set.

6/07/2007 4:26 AM  
Blogger imranishaque said...

Hi, Wijaya

Where can i find different versions of Oracle Application Server and the date of release. I found 1 wiki link but it just display version #.

You can contact me at

5/21/2008 2:43 PM  
Blogger Wijaya Kusumo said...

I don't have it on hand. But you can easily find it at Oracle official documentation website:

Select a version and check the Release Note.

5/21/2008 11:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kindly check it out for finding versions.

11/10/2008 2:32 PM  
Blogger alamalmo said...

in 9i Application Server, we have a command $ORACLE_HOME/bin/httpd -version

is there any such command in AS10g as well, which we could use to identify the AS version

5/01/2009 10:46 PM  
Blogger Ron Karim said...

The official way to find versions and details of the iAS installation is to run the following command which gives you details of all components too:
- Make sure ORACLE_HOME is set to the IAS HOME
- run the opatch command which is in "$ORACLE_HOME/OPatch" directory:

opatch lsinventory -detail

7/07/2009 1:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

visit url on Oracle AS you installed at:

8/28/2009 10:46 AM  
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6/22/2011 5:21 PM  
Anonymous sap software training said...

I also wanted to know about this information. I tried to find it on many other sites and blogs too but didn't get any satisfactory answer. I will try to find in the suggested file. Thanks for the help.

6/23/2011 2:52 PM  

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