Joined: 30 Nov 2013 Posts: 708 Location: The Universe
//*MAIN - I think your guess is correct, but you should confirm how the JES3 system names are assigned in your shop relative to the system names in JES2. Many other //*MAIN parameters seem to mimic JES2 /*JOBPARM statement parameters.
//*ROUTE XEQ seems to mimic the JES2 /*ROUTE XEQ and /*XMIT statements. There seem to be detail differences, so you may have to experiment.
I can't say I'm a real JES3 expert. Back in my product support days we would occasionally run JES3, but never with networking or multiple JES3 "main" systems. We always hated it; this was before SDSF support of JES3 and we didn't have Flasher or an equivalent product.