If the two JESx systems can communicate with each other using the NJE protocol you can use XMIT directly. The NJE protocol can be implemented using VTAM or (rarely) TCPIP, or even the antique binary synchronous communication.jaggz wrote:NicC,
Even I would Love to XMIT
If i am not wrong the XMIT is applicable only when JES is shared between two different LPARS. Here in our shop the two LPARS have a seperate JES.
I agree your comments. Much appreciated.
Two JES2 systems can be connected using shared SPOOL; when this is done the two JES2 systems, running in two LPARs can be thought of as a single JES2 system.