You can use the Configuration Information field on the Add Server and Edit Server pages for configuration data specific to each enterprise server instance. This field can contain the following section:
Settings in this section are added to the environment of programs running under this enterprise server. You can use it to set arbitrary environment variables required by your programs, such as DDNAMEs, or to set system or COBOL run-time variables such as PATH and COBPATH. On UNIX, settings in this section are case-sensitive.
You can also configure a setting that allows you to access and run JCL files from the local machine. For example, if you are managing a Unix enterprise server from a Windows machine, you can access and run JCL files stored on the local Windows machine.
You can also use the Configuration Information field on the Add Server and Edit Server pages to set parameters for communications processes belonging to that enterprise server instance. Communications process settings in the server object apply to all of the communications processes for that enterprise server instance. To set parameters for only one communications process, use the Configuration Information field on the Add Communications Process or Edit Communications Process pages.
In order to add comments within your configuration information, prefix each line of text with the number sign (#).