It is usual and customary to contact the vendor of any vendor supplied
product if their product displays an error. If that is the case I'd start
If, what you are saying is that Tango04 only found the message and is
asking you to correct it, not that Tango04 generated the message then that
is a different story.
Since the program does not begin with a Q and is therefore not likely to
be an IBM supplied program, and it is trying to open an IBM supplied file,
then I would be tempted to take the D option to gather as much data as
I realize that if this is tying up a job queue you may be anxious to
proceed. If that is the case, and covering for others this holiday week
while also performing your tasks may be inundating you, then I think
you're safe taking the D, in this case, to gather data for later analysis.
But do have someone contact Tango and report this.
I have no history of Tango or any familiarity with their products. And
the thought of me doing the Tango would kill my kids with embarrassment.