Looking for software that can handle batch communications for IBM’s VM operating system? Look no further than RSCS, the Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem.
With RSCS, you can easily receive input from distant batch terminals, prioritize processing, and send completed outcomes back to the terminals. For those using the MVS version, the acronym “JES” may sound familiar as it is often used interchangeably with RSCS.
If you’re in need of interactive communications, then CMS may be the better choice for your needs. But for batch communications, RSCS is a reliable and efficient option.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is RSCS?
RSCS stands for Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem; it is software that handles batch communications for IBM’s VM operating system.
What is the MVS version of RSCS?
The MVS version of RSCS is often referred to as “JES.”
Is RSCS a good option for batch communications?
Yes, RSCS is a reliable and efficient option for handling batch communications in IBM’s VM operating system.