TDP2826 DDNAME "name", RECORD number: "directive" CODEPOINT OUT OF RANGE
A SET USERCS command was specified with the indicated DDName but a statement beginning on the indicated record did not specify a codepoint in the proper range. The directive with which the statement is associated is also indicated. The codepoint could be either the first target codepoint, the second target codepoint, or a data codepoint. The MONOCASE and SANITIZE directives may specify only codepoints relevant to TDP. Specifically, only characters in the basic repertoire (basically, the codepoints with the smallest length or values in a character set) may be specified.
The MONOCASE, SANTITIZE, and UNICODE directives are followed by one or more statements that define certain codepoints. A codepoint is the hexadecimal representation of a character in a character set. "C1" is the codepoint for the EBCDIC Capital Letter A; "0020" is the codepoint for the Unicode Space. Codepoints are specified as the first target codepoint (the first or only codepoint before the colon), the second target codepoint (the codepoint between a dash and the colon), or a data codepoint (a codepoint after the colon).
Correct the faulty statement to specify only basic repertoire codepoints.