To determine the release level and date of the TAA Productivity Tools currently loaded on your system, run the following command:
This will display a screen containing information, including the i5/OS version/release level on your system and which version/release of the TAA Productivity Tools is currently installed. The release date of the tools will also be shown.
If the i5/OS release and TAA Tools release do not match, you are running a backlevel version of the tools and you should consider upgrading the tools on that i5 System to your i5/OS release.
You can see the dates for the latest updates for each version/release of the tools. The latest update will include any new tools, enhancements and fixes.
If the DSPTAALIC command is not found, you can try displaying the TAACTL data area.
On the display that is shown, page down one screen. On the line with the offset of '450', you will see the version/release of the tools, along with the release date.
If neither of those commands work, your i5 System is probably running the TAA Tools from QUSRTOOL, rather than our product. If you are not sure whether you have a version of the TAA Productivity Tools or the compiled source from QUSRTOOL, then run the following command:
If the data area exists, you have a copy of the TAA Productivity Tools; if the data area does not exist, it is a QUSRTOOL version.
If you believe you licensed the TAA Productivity Tools from us, or are having difficulty in determining exactly what version or release date you are running with, please contact us for assistance.
If you believe you installed a newer version than appears to be loaded, one of several things may have occurred:
If you have any questions, please contact us.
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