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Print JMP version and details in jsl

tsandidge

Community Trekker

Joined:

Mar 17, 2016

I came up with a simple manual way to get the current version (not including the revision, e.g. 12 vs 12.2.0) of JMP for my scripts which send emails:<br>

<pre><code>version = word(-1,Get Path Variable("HOME"),"/");</code><pre><br>

This obviously returns:<br>

<pre><code>12</code></pre><br>

I was curious to see if anyone knew of a built-in method to get this as well as at least the revision, but possibly more. I would like to get:<br>

<pre><code>12.2.0</code></pre><br>

and possibly any of the information kept with the license:<br>

<pre>JMP® Pro  12.2.0 (64-bit)<br>

User:  *******<br>

Administrator:  ******<br>

Organization:  *****<br>

Site ID:  ###### <br>

Expires:  11/30/2016 <br>

Number of Users Allowed:  #### <br>

Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise  64-bit (6.1.7601.65536)<br>

Service Pack 1</pre>

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
Solution

jmpversion()

"13.0.0"

"12.2.0"

"11.2.1"

"10.0.2"

" 9.0.1"

" 8.0.2"

" 7.0.2"

" 6.0.3"

the leading blank in JMP 6,7,8,9 is intentional.  JMP 5 does not have the function.

Also, from the scripting index:

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and...

JMP Product Name();

"Pro" (or "Standard")

and...

Build Information();

"Feb  9 2015, 06:42:57, Release, JMP Pro"

Build Information is mostly for our internal use and the format has changed over time.  You should use the JMP Product Name() if it does what you need.

Craige
2 REPLIES
Solution

jmpversion()

"13.0.0"

"12.2.0"

"11.2.1"

"10.0.2"

" 9.0.1"

" 8.0.2"

" 7.0.2"

" 6.0.3"

the leading blank in JMP 6,7,8,9 is intentional.  JMP 5 does not have the function.

Also, from the scripting index:

11758_pastedImage_0.png

and...

JMP Product Name();

"Pro" (or "Standard")

and...

Build Information();

"Feb  9 2015, 06:42:57, Release, JMP Pro"

Build Information is mostly for our internal use and the format has changed over time.  You should use the JMP Product Name() if it does what you need.

Craige
tsandidge

Community Trekker

Joined:

Mar 17, 2016

Wow...a couple more ENTERs with my keyboard, and there it was in the Scripting Guide. I'm ashamed.

Thank you for enlightening me!