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How to Determine What Version You Are Using

Determining What Version You Are Running

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"What version am I running?" is often the question you need to answer before you can start talking to someone about a problem with your software or about making changes to your software. You can use the following as a quick reference guide to easily answer the question "What version am I running?" for each component of your software (Application, Database, and Operating system):


What version of Kourier Integrator / SQL Accelerator am I running?

Kore's Kourier Integrator / SQL Accelerator products are used by our Clients for many ETL and EAI purposes. This includes extracting UniData/UniVerse (U2) data to Microsoft SQL Server, best-in-class integration with 3rd party applications (e.g., eCommerce, CRM, Financials), and other general inbound / outbound integration with other applications via RESTful Web services and other protocols. There are a few ways to determine the version of Kourier Integrator / SQL Accelerator you are using,
  1. The easiest way is to use the menus from the Kourier Integrator user interface and choose Help | About Kourier Integrator:
    • Then from the popup window, click the Database Server Information button.
    • From the next window, look for "KourierVersion" in the fourth row under the Name column. The version number is in the Value column to the right (e.g., 4.0.2).
  2. If you have access to TCL, go to any User account and execute the command "KMK.VERSION" at TCL within the UniVerse/UniData environment:
Kourier for U2 by Kore Technologies
  Version......: 4.0.2
  Release Date.: 12 AUG 2013:
The example shows the Kourier version is 4.0.2
Kourier (Classic) is used by many of our DataFlo Clients for ETL and EAI purposes, including general Integration, Laser Business Forms, Forms/Reports Publication, and email. If are using Kourier (Version 3.0 or higher) the easiest way to get the version is to execute the command "KMK.VERSION" at TCL within the UniVerse/UniData environment:
Kourier by Kore Technologies
  Version......: 4.7.3
  Release Date.: 02-01-2010:
The example shows the Kourier version is 4.7.3.

What version of DataFlo am I running?

For those of you who are using DataFlo, it is easy to find out which version of DataFlo you are on. If you are on releases before 5.5, edit the file "WELCOME" in STAT-USER at TCL within the UniVerse/UniData environment:
> DataFlo release 5.4 (example shows 5.6 G6):
001: \RULER          L   A   A   A   A             CZ
002:      D A T A W O R K S   C O R P O R A T I O N
003:    +-----------------------------------------+
004:    | T H E   D A T A W O R K S   S Y S T E M |
005:    |   R E L E A S E     5.4      09-25-92   |
006:    |   R E V I S I O N   G6       06-10-98   |:
The example here is Release 5.4 G6.

For those of you who are on versions of DataFlo that are 5.5 or higher, look at the version record in STAT-TABLES:
3 lines long.

----: P
0001: 5.7.8
0002: 10-31-00
0003: 1998/1999/2000
Bottom at line 3.
----: EX
The example here is version 5.7.8.

What version of wIntegrate am I running?

For all releases of wIntegrate, start a session and click the <Help> pull down menu and choose the "About" selection. You will see the version of wIntegrate. Note that wIntegrate98 is the also known as wIntegrate4.x.

What version of Preview am I running?

The easiest way to get your Preview version is to execute the command "Preview" at TCL within the UniVerse/UniData environment:
PREVIEW v3.0.2
File Name:
This is obviously version 3.0.2. Hit <CR> to get out of the file name prompt.


What version of UniVerse am I running?

To get the version of UniVerse on your server for all recent releases of UniVerse, go to TCL in any User account and edit the "RELLEVEL" file in your VOC file:
5 lines long.

----: P
0001: X
0002: 10.1.11
0003: PICK
0005: 10.1.11
Bottom at line 5.
----: EX
In this example, the release is 10.1.11.

What is my UniVerse Serial Number?

To find the UniVerse Serial Number, enter the CONFIG command at TCL. The Serial Number is the same as the License Number listed on the first line.

Configuration data for license number 123456789:
User limit = 10
In this example, the UniVerse Serial Number is 123456789

What version of UniData am I running?

To get the version of UniData on your server for all recent releases of UniData, execute "VERSION" from the TCL command prompt:
Unidata RDBMS......................3.3.2     Yes
Recoverable File System............1.1       No
Transaction Processing.............1.1       No
UniData OFS/NFA....................1.3       No
UniServer..........................1.3       Yes
UniDesktop.........................1.3       No
USAM Monitor Profile...............1.3       No
USAM Print.........................1.3       No
USAM Batch.........................1.3       No
USAM Journaling....................1.3       No
The actual Version of UniData is (last line).


What version of HP-UX am I running?

To get the version of UNIX on your server, go into the korn shell and enter the 'uname' command with an 'a' option.:
>uname -a
HP-UX  bmd350  B.10.20  D 9000/831  2011043966  64-user license
This example shows HP-UX running the 10.20 version.

What version of IBM AIX am I running?

For those of you running the IBM AIX operating system, to find out what version of the Operating System you are running (including the Rocket Software UniData release), go to the UNIX shell, change directories as shown below and execute the cat command as follows:
# pwd
-r--r--r--   1 root     dw              173 Feb 28 2003  port.note

# cat port.note
Platform         : AIX 4.3.3
Operating System : AIX engine 3 4 000159494C00
Porting Date     : Feb 28 2003
UniData Release  : 6.0.3 60_030221_4161
Ported by        : srcman


What version of Windows NT am I running?

To get the version of Windows on your server for all releases of NT4.0, execute the command "STATUS" at TCL within the UniVerse environment:
You are logged onto XYZ running Windows NT 4.0 (Build 1381 Service Pack 6)

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