With (E)JES, you can:
- Control job processing (hold, release, cancel, and purge jobs)
- Monitor jobs while they are running
- Browse jobs without printing
- Control JESplex parameters, initiators, job classes, and job class groups
- Control printers, punches, functional subsystems, and NJE devices
- Control your JES SPOOL configuration
- Monitor and control JES resources
- Control WLM scheduling environments and resources
- Control WLM enclaves, z/OS UNIX processes, and MVS dynamic exits
- Control the z/OS Health Checker
- Search and process LNKLST, LPALST, Parmlib, and Proclib concatenations
- Issue system commands
- Automate routine tasks
(E)JES consists of panels that provide immediate and current information about jobs, printers, queues, and resources in a z/OS JESplex. With (E)JES, you can easily access and modify all attributes for jobs, started tasks, TSO users, APPC/MVS transaction jobs, z/OS UNIX processes running anywhere in your JESplex. Simple commands and rapid accessibility not only save you time, but also make interaction with your JES subsystems easy.
(E)JES Web is a web interface to (E)JES and made available through the same download process.
Every aspect of (E)JES Web has been designed to deliver the best possible performance and user experience. This has resulted in a modern interface that very closely replicates (E)JES response times under ISPF. All (E)JES displays are fully supported.
(E)JES Web is an ultra-thin, fully virtualized client with an intelligent server. Sorting, filtering, searching, and more are performed on the server where the data resides. The client is simply a user interface for requesting and viewing the results of these data manipulations.
(E)JES Web’s intuitive interface is ideal for users new to the mainframe. Dropdown and context-sensitive menus give users access to (E)JES displays as well as options that affect how data is presented on those displays. Most (E)JES Web features are discoverable and online help is available when needed.
The speed and functionality of (E)JES Web make it a useful tool for both power users and novices. Users can select tabular rows and access line commands using only keyboard commands. Traditional 3270 users will find most of the keyboard commands in (E)JES Web instantly recognizable. Typing a single character invokes a command field at the bottom of the display where system, primary, and line commands may be issued.