Managing Language Environment Options in WebSphere for z/OS Servers
Advanced Technical Sales
WebSphere Application Server for z/OS; z/OS
Abstract: WebSphere for z/OS uses the PARM= string on the EXEC statement to pass information to the program being invoked as well as setting the Language Environment (LE) options. As a result, there is often contention for the 100 characters of space allowed for the PARM string. Fortunately, z/OS 1.7 provides an alternative mechanism for setting the LE options that is much simpler to use than specifying through JCL.
Installation and Migration
IBM System z Family
WebSphere; IBM System z Software
LE, PARM, WebSphere, Language Environment
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