Retrieving WebObjectTree PHP library information
Product Name: WebObjectTree for PHP
Product Version: 1.0
Document Type: Informational
Last Updated: 9/5/2016
Document ID: 124
Code to retrieve the WebObjectTree library version information used in your applications.


Sometimes it is useful to know the details of the WebObjectTree library being used in your PHP page. This is especially true when you have multiple versions of the library on your machine. To help you determine which version is being loaded in your application, we created a diagnostic page that loads the library in the background and displays information about the library being bound to the page.

To run this test page, unzip and place this file into your web application's root folder. Then, view the pages through your web browser. The details of the library being used will be displayed in the text box at the top of the page.

When running a library in your production environment, it is a good practice to make sure the library is properly licensed. This can be determined by looking for the phrase "Licensed" in the About property displayed on the diagnostic page. The four possible states displayed and their meaning are:

  • "Evaluation" - evaluation library under 30 days of usage.

  • "Expired" - evaluation library over 30 days of usage.

  • "No License" - licensed library with no registration key installed.

  • "Licensed" - licensed library with registration key installed.

It is important to understand that the evaluation library will not accept your registration key, and it will expire. Only the licensed library obtained from the licensed download of the product will accept your registration key and should be used in production environments.

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