MS SQL Server 2012
We cannot look in the Confluence file system for the version, we only have a database.
Table.column or a SQL query would be very much appreciated !!!!
Documentation seems to point to a table that holds the version: confversion
The SVG's listed on this page contain the table names and column names if you'd wish. https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-data-model-127369837.html
On my instance (running 6.6.3), the following query --
SELECT TOP 1 BUILDNUMBER
ORDER BY INSTALLDATE DESC;
Returns the following result --
You can correspond the Build Numbers against the resource here - https://developer.atlassian.com/server/confluence/confluence-build-information/
You'll find that numerous versions are shipped with the same build id. Not sure what to make of that. Depending on what you're trying to do with this information, more granular information may be required.
Since confluence 5.10.0, the build number will be similar across confluence versions if there is not new upgrade task
The new marketplace build number is introduced to identify between versions for Atlassian marketplace. You can see that column from https://developer.atlassian.com/server/confluence/confluence-build-information/
However, that value is not stored inside a database. What you are only able to find is the build number that @Steven Behnke mentioned.
You can only find the Confluence version via REST api:
➜ curl https://xyz.com/rest/prototype/latest/buildInfo
I just checked on this and we can get the version information from DB. Just wrote a KB which you can check
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