Select Help>About OPERA to display information about the OPERA programs currently installed. You can use this screen to quickly see what licenses and add-on licenses are available to you, to clarify versions of programs when researching feature availability, and to see the dates when software was installed. This information may be needed when you contact OPERA Support with questions.
All information available from this screen is for display purposes only and cannot be changed here. Contact OPERA Support if you need to add licenses or make changes to the information shown here.
Note: Data centers can hide the e-patch level so customers cannot see it throughout OPERA, such as in About Help and Install Log, the Internet Explorer title bar, and at the top of the OPERA main system windows. Instead of displaying for example, 5.0.03.02/11, the version would display 5.0.03.02/DC Certified (or other user-definable text). The internal hidden application parameter _Global application_parameter e'DC_VERSION' can be set to Y to insert the user-definable text from the backend.
The following information is available:
Installation Date. Date of the most recently installed product license. Select the Install Log button to see a complete list of installed licenses and installation dates.
OPERA Installed Applications/Versions. Version number of available OPERA application licenses. Not Installed displays if the OPERA application has not been installed and integrated into the OPERA Suite. Select the Install Log button to see details associated with the installed licenses, as well as details about any add-on licenses that are installed.
Note: The Version.Release.Revision.Service Pack number can be found in the title bar of the Internet Explorer window (and on the appropriate tab in Internet Explorer). It will appear similar to the following:
In addition, this information can be found in the title bar of the main OPERA System window in the upper left-hand corner. It will appear similar to the following:
Client Run Times. Version number of the OPERA runtimes. The runtimes are a set of standard Oracle programs accessed by OPERA.
Configuration Mode. Configuration mode set for the property (for example, the specific configuration mode applied to OPERA for a particular hotel chain). OPERA - Default appears here if no special configuration mode applies.
Forms Version. The Oracle forms version currently being used by OPERA.
Database Version. The Oracle database version and release currently installed and used by OPERA.
Database Language. The default language of the OPERA program files (i.e., American English, French, German, Italian, etc.).
Client Language. The font character set that is used to display forms text on the end users' system.
Install Log. Select the Install Log button to display a complete record of the product licenses and add-on licenses installed, their version numbers, e- patches applied, and associated dates.
Credits. Select the Credits button to review third-party acknowledgments.