Sometime we have to run the application script from application server, but the script required a defined oracle version to run the application script successfully.

Below are the Sql query to find the oracle client version.

SQL command to get oracle client version. Click here to get sample output.

  v$session_connect_info s
  s.sid = SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV', 'SID');

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section SCRIPTS to get more daily usage SQL commands.

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