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WebSphere - How to know what is the version of the third part libraries (ex: JAX-RS, CDI,) ?

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It seems that, as opposed to the previuos releases, WebSphere AS (classical, not Liberty) comes with Apache CXF. How could I investigate what version of Apache CXF ? For example, in order to know the release of the JPA (Apache OpenJPA) there is the wsjpaversion command which displays the required information. But I didn't find anything of equivalent for JAX-RS.

The same question for CDI. Previous releases of WebSphere came with Apache OpenWebBeans but it seems that this one comes with Weld. How to make sure and how to know what version ?

Many thanks in advance,

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