A couple of things to note, merely FWiW:

The long google link above is for this:
_i V6R1M0 APAR SE50787 modified: 2012-04-24 i_
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas2cada1ae208a4adf38625798b0041ef0b
"
Abstract:
TCPIP-FTP-F/QTMFSRVR-MSGTCP3D2C WRKPRB ENTRY BEING GENERATED
WHEN NETWORK PORT SCANNER RUNS. 5761 F/QTMFSRVR RC030D0004
Error Description:
WRKPRB entry being generated when network port scanner runs.
5761 F/QTMFSRVR RC030D0004
qtmf_DoAuth
...
PTFs Available
R610 SI46251 PTF Cover Letter 1000
...
"

Note that the PTF shows "1000" [where the cumulative identifier would normally show], meaning the PTF is not on a cumulative. That also signifies the PTF shown may be a *supersede* for the PTF for the APAR being viewed versus the originally corrective\preventive fix. Review of that PTF SI46251 shows the actual corrective\preventive PTF in the list of "Supersedes" [as inferred by the APAR title line]; i.e. the:
SI46097 is the PTF for APAR SE50787

Looking up that PTF to verify that is indeed the correct PTF and to find any requisites [though already known there are none, per supersede having none]:
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas38059add3ef7b86c2862579cf005dae54

Anyhow, that is the correct PTF to use for searching the cross reference listing to v7r1, which yields:

ORIGIN ORIGIN TARGET TARGET
PRODUCT VRM PTF/FIX VRM PTF/FIX
------- ------- ------- ------ -------
5761TC1 V6R1M0 SI46097 V7R1M0 PENDING

Best to await the availability of the correct PTF. Being a different version, the APAR number will change, so although what Rob suggested is essentially what is desirable, the actual APAR to track is one that is not yet generally published; awaiting the GA of its PTF SI46097. The APAR of interest is referred to as the SYSROUTE of SE50787; i.e. the equivalent to APAR SE50787 that is copied\routed\reOpened [sysRouted] into another version, in this case from V6 to V7.

Regards, Chuck

On 07 May 2012 08:24, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Gee, if you were running 6.1 I'd say take a look at this
http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=rc030d0004&source=web&cd=3&sqi=2&ved=0CEMQFjAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww-01.ibm.com%2Fsupport%2Fdocview.wss%3Fuid%3Dnas2cada1ae208a4adf38625798b0041ef0b&ei=e-enT4nEJYWQ9gSW5e2YAw&usg=AFQjCNEhTaW5sWWP2Q307MJd2uZF0LPLpw&cad=rja
and get SI46251.

I took a look at the 6.1 to 7.1 ptf cross reference available at
http://www-912.ibm.com/s_dir/sline003.nsf/2d3aff1c6b4d6ce086256453000d971e/0b241f6fef1dd47f862577060078e5fb?OpenDocument
Apparently they are still working on the 7.1 ptf.

ORIGIN ORIGIN TARGET TARGET
PRODUCT VRM PTF/FIX VRM PTF/FIX
------- ------- ------- ------ -------
5761TC1 V6R1M0 SI46573 V7R1M0 PENDING
V6R1M0 SI46251 V7R1M0 PENDING

Open a ticket reference APAR SE50787 and tell them you want the 7.1
PTF.


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