Is there a way to identify which version of patch is installed in the current environment instead of looking through the tag files. We are in the process of building a simple web interface for our different environments - Test, Dev and others. And wondering if we could get the patch version pulled directly from the application or through a SQL Script.
Based on what you said, I am not sure if you can use the UI that shows the build version the Prime Service Catalog application is on. In case you didn't know it exists, it is under the Administration-Utilities-Version History tab.
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