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As a safeguard, the target system should always be backed up before running an init. This will allow the system to be restored should an error, possibly corrupting the database, occur when the init is run.
To ensure that the installer has complete access to all files being installed during an init, the installer should have programmer access when running the init.
Init routines must be run from programmer mode after the routines have been loaded onto the target system. For example, to run an init with the package namespace of ZZTK, do the following:
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