Remote Job Entry

Remote Job Entry

Mainframe computers support remote workstations that send files to and receive reports from the mainframe RJE system. RJE is the term used to describe this process of sending files and printing reports at high speeds. An RJE workstation operator has complete console control of the job flow between the workstation and mainframe.

The RJE workstation is called a remote because it usually is located some distance from the host computer. The workstation connects to the host through a modem or local area network (LAN). When you send jobs from the remote workstation to the host computer, the process is called remote job entry.

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