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How to check version after i apply pacth
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I'm going to apply patch with the ID# 9355677 - R12.1.2 UNABLE TO SAVE THE TAX CLASSIFICATION FOR A SUPPLIER TYPE EMPLOYEE

my question is
in the readme file

there is a portion that i need to check the version of the following file
$JAVA_TOP/oracle/apps/zx/schema/server/PartyTaxProfileEOImpl.class 120.17.12010000.4
$ZX_TOP/patch/115/sql/zxcptytaxprfileb.pls 120.9.12010000.4
$ZX_TOP/patch/115/sql/zxcptytaxprfiles.pls 120.3.12010000.2

how do I know the version?
do i need to execute command so that i can able to check version?
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(12-08-2010, 03:07 PM)Sara Khan Wrote: I'm going to apply patch with the ID# 9355677 - R12.1.2 UNABLE TO SAVE THE TAX CLASSIFICATION FOR A SUPPLIER TYPE EMPLOYEE

my question is
in the readme file

there is a portion that i need to check the version of the following file
$JAVA_TOP/oracle/apps/zx/schema/server/PartyTaxProfileEOImpl.class 120.17.12010000.4
$ZX_TOP/patch/115/sql/zxcptytaxprfileb.pls 120.9.12010000.4
$ZX_TOP/patch/115/sql/zxcptytaxprfiles.pls 120.3.12010000.2

how do I know the version?
do i need to execute command so that i can able to check version?

Use the strings command or adident to get the version and use the class file instead of the java file, thus:

$ strings -a <file name> | grep Header

adident Header <File Name> This will give the version.
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