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DSNU537I displays a page set which is not allowed in the list. As the utility can not know what the user intends to do, the text should be changed to a more general text without naming a pageset. Why:
1) Assume userA runs COPY with 4 objects, one object is one of the special catalog/directory objects which can not be included in a list. The user wants to copy the 3 normal objects. So the message could indicate the correct object.
2) Assume userb runs COPY with 4 objects, one object is one of the special catalog/directory objects which can not be included in a list. The user wants to copy the catalog/directory object. So the message could indicate the IN-correct object.
More details can be found in TS013718280, because the object which is displayed is not always the culprit, especially in case when more of the restircted page sets are included.
Therefore "could" is used in the above examples.
Changing the mesage text avoids ambiguity for the end-user.
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