Lloyd,
I have some programs that disable/re-enable user profiles for all but *PGMR and *SECOFR user types but it does not end current open sessions. Since it is environment based, it reads the XA User file and then disables the iSeries user profile. The only flaw is that if you have a multiple environment system where the user is in more than one environment.

I have another program that does that as part of a scheduled job that runs before the nightly backups.

It is pretty easy to do all this...

Eric


----- Original Message ----- From: "Lloyd Degnon" <ldegnon@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "MAPICS ERP System Discussion" <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2007 1:55 PM
Subject: [MAPICS-L] Question for the group


Does anyone else have the issue with closing a period, running reports
for closing inventory levels etc., but then find out that your reports
are wrong because shipping/receiving had activity before your report
finished? Is there something that I am missing?

It would be great if I could push a button and have 50+ user profiles
deactivated, basically all but a few profiles in Finance, then push
another "Magic" button to reactivate the users? on second thought that
would not work 'cause it would not log them out if they were already
in....

Wonder if I hold Unattached batches? Any other Ideas besides firing
people who break the rules?

Lloyd H. Degnon
I.S. Manager
Ampro Computers, Inc.
5215 Hellyer Ave. Bldg 110
San Jose, CA 95138
408.360.4365
www.ampro.com
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