How to determine the right fixes for the service pack I have applied?

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Article ID: 53086

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Products

CA Database Analyzer (IMS Tools) CA Mainframe Configuration Manager for IMS for z/OS IMS TOOLS - MISC CA Compress Data Compression (IMS Tools) CA Database Analyzer for IMS for z/OS CA Database Copier for IMS for z/OS CA Database Organizer for IMS for z/OS CA Mainframe Extended Terminal Manager (IMS Tools) CA High Performance Recovery for IMS for z/OS CA Database Organizer (IMS Tools) CA Mainframe Program Restart Manager for IMS for z/OS CA Secondary Index Builder for IMS for z/OS CA Secondary Index for IMS for z/OS CA JARS CA JARS Resource Accounting CA JARS SMF Director CA JMR CA MIM Resource Sharing (MIM) CA MIM Data Sharing (MII) CA MIM Tape Sharing (MIA) CA MIM Message Sharing (MIC) MIM BASE Nastel AutoPilot for WebSphere MQ CA PanApt CA PanAudit CA Panvalet CA QuickFetch CA Raps VSE CA Scheduler VSE CA SMR CA SOLVE:Operations Automation SOLVE:Access Session Management CA SOLVE:CA Mainframe Connector CA SOLVE:FTS CA SYSVIEW Performance Management NXBRIDGE - SYSYVIEW/ENDEVOR CA 2E CA SOLVE

Issue/Introduction

Description:

How can I determine the fix that is appropriate to the service pack I have applied for Panvalet?

Solution:

The Solution Description field will contain the appropriate service pack for which the fix is to be applied. For example "14.5: SP00" would indicate the fix is to be applied only if service pack 00 is applied. A description of "14.5: SP00/SP01" would indicate the fix can be applied to either service pack 00 or 01. Note that sometimes the genlevel appears in the description rather than the service pack. 0403 is the genlevel for service pack 00 and 0607 is the genlevel for service pack 01.

Environment

Release:
Component: C21E