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What cum package is on your system?

How do I find out what Group Level PTF and Cumulative PTF we are running?
To see what cum package is on your system. Type, dspptf press enter. The first product in the list is 5722999. Top of PTF list will be a TL and numbers after it. The top TL listing is the current on your system. If you press enter it takes you to the 5722ss1 and there will be a TC and the same number. If both the TL and TC numbers are the same and are temp or perm applied, that cum is completely installed on your system.

For any group PTFS, you will have to do dspdtaara qsys/sf99xxx for each of the group PTFs. An example would be the sf99501.

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