Mainframe Access provides functions to monitor and control the processing of work, for example:

Mainframe Access provides a set of simple commands that you can use to monitor and control its run-time operations. You can use the commands from an z/OS console or from a Telnet client; for further information see the chapter Administration Using Console Commands.

You can use Mainframe Access' administrative interfaces to obtain comprehensive displays of current system activity and internal components of the system. The information provided extends from overall systems operation down to details about individual client/server connections. You can update important operational definitions and functions of the system, such as target server parameters, idle timeout value, access list specifications and trace activity while the system is running.