MCO Service Parameters

If a CICS client request does not specify a target server ID or the specified target server ID does not exist, Mainframe Access selects the DEFAULT CICS target server, if one has been defined. This CICS target server ID name is used in the configuration of the client. When a CICS request is sent to Mainframe Access this name is sent in the request data and is used to locate the target server definition for the CICS system that will receive the request.
The LU name of the CICS server (also known as the ACBNAME or VTAM APPLID).
The SNA log mode name that will be used by Mainframe Access to indirectly specify SNA session parameters when Mainframe Access initiates sessions with mainframe CICS. Specify a log mode name for LU6.2 sessions of up to eight characters. This log mode name must be present in the VTAM log mode table available to Mainframe Access. IBM's default log mode table, ISTINCLM, typically provides several standard log modes that can be used by Mainframe Access, including both IBMRDB and #INTER LU6.2 log modes.
The server transaction program name for CICS requests. This is the LU6.2 transaction program name that will be sent to CICS in SNA Attach FMH-5 requests to begin a CICS transaction. Specify a transaction program name of up to eight characters or specify * to cause Mainframe Access to use the transaction program name provided by the CICS client. The CICS client prepares a partial FMH-5 request that specifies the standard CICS transaction program names for function shipping, distributed program linking and so on.
The SNA LU6.2 sync level option to be used on conversations with CICS.
The security level to be indicated in SNA LU6.2 Attach FMH-5 requests sent to the CICS server. Mainframe Access forwards security subfield information as provided by the CICS client and sets the FMH-5 fields accordingly.