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Datastage Version

Datastage Version

Datastage Version

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Hi All,

I wonder if any of you maybe able to help me out?

I have three AIX server that have a version of Datastage installed on them, what I would like to do is find out what type and version of datastage is installed?

I have no experience of Datastage and the person who installed it nolonger works with me and no doc's where created .

Any help would be great

Thanks

RE: Datastage Version

Run the Data Stage Administrator application from a client workstation.  Choose each server one at a time and look for the license tab and check the SERVER license number and version.  CAUTION:  the License tab will list both the Client and Server info - get the right one.  

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