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find out dependent Solaris 10 x86 packages in advance

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in RHEL, I can find out the dependent packages in advance by
   rpm -q --whatrequires package_name  or
   yum dep_list package_name
before actual day of doing "rpm -ivh ./package_name", then
only found out what's the missed dep pkgs & having to start
downloading them on the day of installation.

For Solaris 10 x86  packages, what's the equiv commands/steps
to find out the dependent packages in advance?
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Our Solaris 10  patch-level is before 119255-85  :
so I have to apply at least this patch (or later) to be able to use pkgdep ?
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how do we extract that readme file from the pkg file?
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