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You won't know on the first hit but if your page has a form, you can test when that form is submitted.
In your form, add one hidden field. Then from the form's onsumbit or the body's onload event, change the value of that field.
I don't know how to get the version. The User-Agent header will tell you what make and version browser the user has (or which one they're claiming to have anyway). [ August 12, 2005: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
Thats what i meant initially.
Thanks for your response, and still waiting for suggession regarding this problem.
I think your best suggestion is to store this information in a hidden field and access this information thru the HttpServletRequest object.
But, I could be wrong, I am not an expert. I, also would be interested in a solution.