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What is the quickest way to determine the minimum dependencies of a Niagara G3 module?

Issue

An ENC or ENS is installed with version 3.3.xx  A module is required and it is listed as version 3.4.xx.  Without installing the module, what is the quickest way to determine the module's minimum dependencies?

Environment

Niagara G3 (all versions)

Cause

A newer release of an installed module corrects known issues.

Resolution

Make a copy of the module and rename the extension from .jar to .zip.
Open it and access the "meta-inf" folder.
In the meta-inf folder, a file called "module.xml" will be listed.  Open it.
The module's dependencies and minimum vendorVersions are listed at the top of the file (see example below):

xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>

- <module name="tacMs" bajaVersion="0" vendor="TAC" vendorVersion="3.4.64.4" description="Microsmart Driver" preferredSymbol="tacMs" buildDate="13-Sep-11 14:15 EDT" buildMillis="1315937710692" buildHost="VA51DT3400ANDYS">
- <dependencies>
  <dependency name="alarm" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="baja" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="bajaui" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="basicDriver" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="bql" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="control" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="driver" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="gx" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="history" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="serial" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="tunnel" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
  <dependency name="workbench" vendor="Tridium" vendorVersion="3.0" />
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