I agree with Scott. SAS/ACCESS to PC Files Formats is not listed under available software for ZOS.
There are two ways I can see to export almost directly from ZOS.
-If you have a SAS/CONNECT connection to a Windows, Linus or UNIX host.
-If you have Enterprise Guide connected to your ZOS SAS server.
If you use SAS/Connect to Linux or Unix, you will still need a Windows server. As far as I can tell, the PC Files Server runs only on Windows. Unix and Linux access works by connecting to a PC server (I am assuming that SAS is using "PC" as a synonym for "Windows").
Given that, I'm not sure why access is not supported from z/OS. Perhaps they just didn't want to deal with the EBCDIC<->ASCII issues.
I expect there is some aspect that is "proprietary" and would not execute on z/OS. So, unless there is a "compatible" format, as in unloaded database, I don't see the Access-function code working on the IBM mainframe platform.
The Access code doesn't run on Linux or Unix either - the actual conversion is done with a client server model, with Linux/Unix as the client and Windows as the server doing the work. So I don't see why it wouldn't be possible to have the server work with z/OS as well - the data file is just bits, which z/OS has no problem handling.