How can be check OS version in AS/400

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What is the command to check OS version in AS/400

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Hi Now,

The answer to your question is the following:

On your command line type DSPSFWRSC and with F11 you will see the Software Version of all the products installed on your iSeries.

I hope this answers your question.

Regards,

Roy

The better way to check it is by using the command DSPSYS. You can get all the system details.
Salil Dixit

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  • JennyMack
    Hi there, You can also check the AS/400 Version tag here on the site -- this question is a pretty popular one! Thanks, Jenny Community Manager
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  • Whatis23
    DSPPTF will show the current release as well as the current Cumulative PTF Package (SF99540)
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  • ToddN2000
    If you do not have access to any of the commands suggested, you can check a program compile listing. It's on line 1 position 10-15.
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  • Jan812

    Work with Licensed Information (WRKLICINF) command on a green screen.

    WRKLICINF
    it will display both the version and release.
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  • TheRealRaven
    The "Answer" mentions 'DSPSYS'. There is no such command on most systems. It could be someone's custom command, but it doesn't seem useful in an "Answer"..
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  • rcl
    If you want to know what OS level is installed, you can find out in your CL program by retrieving the first 6 bytes of data area QSS1MRI in the QGPL library.  It contains the current OS level in VnRnMn format.  You can also check it using the DSPDTAARA command.
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  • Splat
    DSPSYS is part of the COZTOOLS product, i.e. not available on all iSeries.
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  • rajeshkmr571
    You can view the os version in spool files. Type wrksplf  choose any file and press option 5. In the first line you can see the version like V5R4MO like that.(V5R4MO IS MY OS VERSION YOU CAN GET DIFFERENT VERSION BASED UPON THE INSTALLATION BY THE COMPANY).
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  • ggordon
    Hello, you can write GO LICPGM, then option 20.
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  • TheRealRaven
    If GO LICPGM is used, option 10 is much better than option 20. On most systems, the only useful info shown by option 20 will be the primary language and a note that "(No secondary languages installed.)" No OS info will be shown.
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  • chenthil
    Many ways to find OS version,easiest way is
    DSPDTAARA QSS1MRI or open any spool file and noteOS version on left top on the screen

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