Tim,
We made a separate subsystem for the IT department. Our WSID's are assigned
there. Each night before our backup runs, QINTER is ended by the IBM job
scheduler. The last job on our nightly processing queue is to start QINTER.
This keeps users off the system until everything completes sucessfully. If
we are planning an upgrade over the weekend, we simply remove the startup
job from the queue. We can dial or VPN and we still have our subsystem up
and running. 
HTH,
Cyndi B.
Boise, ID
"The Idaho Housing and Finance Association provides funding
for affordable housing in Idaho communities. IHFA is not a state
agency under state law, and uses no state funds or state employees
to support its operations."



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