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List of ANE & ANR Error Messages

LuXor

Active Newcomer
#1
Does anyone have a machine readable (i.e. csv) file with all ANE and ANR error messages? IBM have two great pages where they list them all, including Title, Explanation, System Action and User Response, but they do not seem to provide a downloadable list of them. I need something which I can import into an SQL database.

ANE codes: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowled...msgs.server.doc/msgs_server_clameng_list.html
ANR codes: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowled...tsm.msgs.server.doc/msgs_server_anr_list.html
 

scr1pt

ADSM.ORG Member
#3
I wrote a one-liner for that once upon a time (3 years ago or so):

Code:
for ID in `curl 2>/dev/null http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/tsminfo/v6/topic/com.ibm.itsm.messages.doc/msgs_client_list_intro.html |egrep -o "msgs[0-9]{1,}.html" |sort |uniq`; do echo "processing: $ID"; curl 2>/dev/null http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/tsminfo/v6/topic/com.ibm.itsm.messages.doc/$ID |tr '\n' ' ' |egrep -o "<title>.*</title>|(Explanation|System action|User response).*</p>" |perl -pe "s/(<title>|<\/title>)/%&%/g" |perl -pe 's/<.+?>//g' |perl -pe "s/(Explanation|System action|User response)/\`n\1:/g" |perl -pe "s/:/:\`n\`t/g" |perl -pe "s/\. /\.\`n\`t/g" |perl -pe "s/(\`n|\`t| |\`n)+(Explanation|System action|User response)/\`n\2/g"| perl -pe "s/^%&%/\"/g" |perl -pe "s/%&%$/\" = \"/g" |tr -d '\n' |perl -pe "s/$/\";\n/g" >> tmpFile; done
Looks like they require JavaScript nowadays, at least on the links you provided to see any data :-/.
 

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