Dare,

The CL Reference Manual for your release will have a section for every
command labeled 'Error Messages for cmdname'.  Is this what you're
looking for?  What error messages (and their Ids) can be issued as a
result of this command.  What do I monitor for?

Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

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> Hi guys,
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> Is there a way to display or find out what MESSAGE IDs are attached to
a
> COMMAND.  I'm on V4R5M0.
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> Thanks,
>
> Dare
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