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How to bring SQL down to single user mode in a job

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Hi,
I have a job that needs to run with all connections stopped in to my database, I would like to have the system go to single user mode (I think this is the correct way but may not) and complete the job at end of the job bring the system back on-line.
what is the best way to do this?
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Thanks, the alter database was perfect!
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