Determining the maintenance level for the SOLVE/Netmaster products has changed over time.
The /LEVELS and $$SYSPRO commands were useful for Service Packs, but we are no longer using that methodology.
While no single command is currently available that supplies a comprehensive answer, it is possible to verify that specific fixes are applied.
All SOLVE and Netmaster products
Example: You just applied fix RO80298 that updates module NM00000M.
From the Command Entry Screen (enter CMD from any user prompt to get there) issue command SH PTF=00M and you will get this back:
N14510 PTF LEVEL FOR MODULE NM00000M IS RO80298 VER: 0706 ADT: 2015/04/14-01.24
For a fix that is part of the SOLVESSI, the command would be
SSIS SH PTF=xxx.
The downside when you want to determine a more complete level of maintenance is that this is a per module process, and the module must be loaded in storage or no value will be found.
Another option to provide a more comprehensive list of what is in your SOLVE / Netmaster LOAD library is to use the CA Common Services command CAMODID.
The simplest method is to issue this from the TSO command prompt.
From TSO, issue CAMODID HELP to see what's all available.
There are various options; DSN, DDN, or SYSTEM.
Please review the manual for additional information regarding all the ways in which you can invoke the command - TSO, batchjob, REXX, etc.
If you are using a STEPLIB in your active SOLVE / Netmaster STC, you can use this command
CAMODID DDN(STEPLIB) JOB(slv-netmasterstcname)
To check a specific LOAD library, use
Other options are available to suit your specific needs.
This will show a list of PTFs and FMIDs, so only the PTFs displayed are those that were that last applied to modules in the library.