How did you know that I was using Syncsort?
DFSORT and ICETOOL messages start with ICE. Syncsort messages start with WER. SYNCTOOL messages start with SYT.
Although you didn't show the message number, I could tell from the text that it was a Syncsort message, not a DFSORT message.
Since I have learned about ICETOOL I thought that was only IBM utility DFSORT. I wander if our company uses both, then I want to make sure I use DFSORT. It has such wonderful range of operations.
DFSORT has ICETOOL. Syncsort has SYNCTOOL, but they ship ICETOOL as an alias for SYNCTOOL. DFSORT's ICETOOL is fully documented and the documentation is freely available on the web. Syncsort does NOT have any documentation for SYNCTOOL and does not provide documentation on the web.
Some companies have licenses for both products, but most have one or the other. If you did have both products, you'd have to invoke one of them using JOBLIB or STEPLIB libraries. Your System Programmers could tell you if you have both and if so, how to execute each.