This information describes JES2 initialization statements and their parameters and provides summary charts that highlight details of the statements. This information documents all JES2 initialization statements, in alphabetic order. This information also includes a summary table of the JES2 initialization statements and their primary parameters. This information references the following publications for further details about specific topics.
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z/OS JES2 Initialization and Tuning Reference
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