The purpose of this DBIA is to document the use of a
KIDS entry point to task off a KIDS Install. This is useful if a large
conversion needs to run in background while users are back on the system. For
example, the first KIDS build can install a new version of software, then task
off a second clean-up/conversion build. This allows users back on the system
because the new version install completes and unlocks options and protocols.
Meanwhile the clean-up runs in background under KIDS and makes use of KIDS
checkpoints, restart upon failure, and message logging that can later be
accessed in the Install File Print.