macro statement is remotely submitted to the server session in order
to assign a value that is available in the server session to a macro
variable that can be accessed from the client session.
%LET statement, the %SYSRPUT statement assigns a value to a macro
variable. Unlike %LET, the %SYSRPUT statement assigns a value to a
variable in the client session, not in the server session where the
statement is executed. The %SYSRPUT statement stores the macro variable
in the Global Symbol Table in the client session.
point identifies the time (during an asynchronous RSUBMIT) at which
the macro variable that is specified in the %SYSRPUT statement is
defined to the client session and is available for execution in the