Select the application startup mode:
Select automatically. The startup mode is selected based on the configuration settings.
Thin client. Start the thin client.
Web client. Start the web client. In the Web browser box, specify the browser.
Mobile application. Start the application in the mobile application mode, same as running Debug - Start debugging - Mobile application: run. Startup capabilities are limited compared to other modes. In fact, only restarting the application is possible because by the time the command is executed:
- the mobile application must be published on the web server;
- the mobile platform must be running on the device;
- for the mobile infobase of the application being debugged, restart from Designer must be allowed;
- the infobase must be loaded.
Thick client (managed application). Start the client in the managed application mode, regardless of the configuration settings and the user that runs the application (same as the parameter specified in the /RunModeManagedApplication command-line option).
Thick client (ordinary application). Start the client in the ordinary mode, regardless of the configuration settings and the user that runs the application (same as the parameter specified in the /RunModeOrdinary command-line option).
Attention! The specified startup mode is ignored when application debugging is started using Debug – Start debugging menu items. Instead, 1C:Enterprise will run in the mode specified in the menu item that you select.
Current. A user is selected from the user list.
Name. A specific user (same as the parameter specified in the /N command-line option).
Use operating system authentication. The user is selected according to operating system authentication (same as the parameter specified in the /WA command-line option).
Data separation. A string that specifies separators (same as the parameter specified in the /Z startup option or /Zn connection string option).
A shared attribute that separates data consists of a usage flag ("+" (default value) or "-") and a value. If a separator is not used, the value should be preceded by "-". If the first character in the separator value is "+" or "-", it should be doubled.
Separators are comma-separated. If a separator value includes a comma, it should be doubled. If the separator value is not available but a separator is required, use the "+" character.
The first separator is disabled, its value is "FirstSeparator".
The second separator is enabled, its value is an empty string.
The third separator is disabled, its value is "-ThirdSeparator".
Startup option. You can edit this option using the LaunchParameter global context property (same as the parameter specified in the /C command-line option).
Slow connection. If this check box is selected, slow connection speed is set (same as the parameter specified in the /O command-line option). The current state of the check box is retrieved from the corresponding infobase parameter in the infobase list. If the parameter is explicitly set to slow connection, the check box is selected and has gray color. You can change the check box value to check the configuration functioning in other modes.
There is also a group of parameters intended for checking the configuration functioning in a slow connection scenario:
Emulate delay on server calls. If the check box is selected, slow connection emulation mode is enabled and the delay parameters specify delays for calls and for sending or receiving data to or from the server (same as the parameter specified in the /SimulateServerCallDelay command-line option). Note that the sending and receiving delays are set for a specific data volume (1 KB).
Service message file. If you want to automatically save service messages to a file, specify the file name (same as the parameter specified in the /OUT command-line option).
Do not clear the file before startup. If this check box is selected, during the next startup new messages will be added to the specified file without clearing it first (same as the parameter specified in the /OUT command-line option with -NoTruncate parameter).
Platform interface language. The interface language (same as the parameter specified in the /L command-line option).
Session locale code. The code of the locale used to determine how Number and Date data types are displayed (same as the parameter specified in the /VL command-line option).
Do not display warnings during startup. If this check box is selected, the following startup warnings are suppressed: "Database configuration does not match stored configuration. Continue?"; "Your computer's capabilities are inadequate to edit configuration help. To edit help, you must install Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6 or higher."; "Your computer's capabilities are inadequate to edit HTML documents, including help sections. To edit HTML documents, you must install Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6.0 or higher. HTML document editing will be unavailable during this session." (same as the parameter specified in the /DisableStartupMessages command-line option).
Allow debugging in the current session. If this check box is selected, debugging is available when the application is started in 1C:Enterprise mode (same as the parameter specified in the /Debug command-line option).
Allow debugging on startup. If this check box is selected, attachment for debugging is performed automatically on 1C:Enterprise startup.
Show performance indicators. If this check box is selected, the performance indicators window will be displayed (same as the parameter specified in the /DisplayPerformance command-line option). It contains the number of server calls and the volume of data sent to the server and received from it in the thin and managed clients.
Show "All functions" command. If this check box is selected, the All functions section is added to the menu. It includes a variety of commands, such as opening a catalog, document, report, data processor, and so on). The list includes all metadata objects regardless of whether they are included in the command interface or not. Selecting this check box does not make sense for startup in the ordinary mode. (Same as the parameter specified in the /DisplayAllFunction command-line option.)
This parameter group is intended for configuring the testing mode, which includes imitating interactive user actions and verifying their results. It is implemented for managed applications only.
Do not use. The testing mode is not used.
Run as test manager. Run the thick and thin clients to manage other clients using a specialized object model.
Run as test client. Run the thick and thin clients to manage other clients using a test manager.
Port number for thin and thick clients. The number of the TCP port that the test client uses to exchange data with the test manager.
Test client ID for the web client. The web client ID, which is required when multiple web clients are tested. If the ID is not specified or multiple web clients are running with the same ID, a random one is selected.
Mobile application tab
The tab contains mobile application startup parameters.
Run the mobile application using Android Debug Bridge. If the check box is selected, the mobile application is started using Android Debug Bridge, which is integrated in the platform.
Android SDK directory. The Android SDK installation directory.
Mobile platform. The mobile platform installation directory.
The If no devices are available property group describes Designer behavior when an attempt to run a mobile application is performed while no devices are connected and no emulators are running:
Wait for connection. Wait until a device is connected.
Run on device emulator. Select a mobile device whose emulator will be started.
Do not run the application. Do not run the application.
Clicking the Virtual device manager link opens the mobile device manager..