OK - I was asked to investigate what this means.
There is a production job in a member in a JCLLIB.
The JCL consists of a Joblib command, some output definitions (e.g. //OUT1 OUTPUT CLASS=*) a PROCLIB command, the Execute for the proc - all of those are in std JCL - with the //
Then finally there is the "command"
NEXT in columns 1 - on the last line of the JCL member.
I believe that have CA7 and CA 11 and some kind of FAST ACCESS -
Can someone tell me what this is for? It does not appear to harm the job execution