This guide describes how to use 1C:Enterprise in the Taxi interface (hereinafter referred to as the "Manual").
For information about application-specific features, consult the manual delivered with the application.
Specialists in system configuration and administration should refer to "1C:Enterprise 8.3. Developer Guide" and "1C:Enterprise 8.3. Administrator Guide".
Chapter 1 provides an overview of the Taxi interface navigation methods.
Chapter 2 describes operations with forms.
Chapter 3 describes operations with lists.
Chapter 4 describes operations with various data types.
Chapter 7 describes service capabilities of the platform: references, favorites, history, built-in calculator, and so on.
Chapter 8 describes customization of the interface, forms, and system parameters.
Chapter 9 describes operations with help.
Chapter 10 describes the format of expressions that can be used in search.
The "1C:Enterprise 8.3. User Manual. Taxi interface" contains system information and installation and update instructions. It also describes program launch procedures and explains how to work with a list of infobases and embedded editors.
The Manual includes the following note types:
TIP – an alternative method that you can use.
NOTE – additional information.
IMPORTANT! – information that is important for correct operation of the platform.
Keys: The key names are emphasized, for example: Enter, Esc, Delete.
"Cursor control keys" refers to the arrow keys. They are referred individually as Up Arrow, Down Arrow, Right Arrow, and Left Arrow.
Keyboard shortcuts: The shortcut key combos are given as follows: Ctrl + F3.
Buttons: The button names in forms or dialog boxes, as well as bookmark names, are given without quotation marks, for example: OK, Cancel, Delete.
Action description: You can perform More described in the Manual (such as opening document journals, entering documents, generating reports, and so on) by selecting menu items (in the main window, an active window, or a context menu). In most cases you can perform the same actions using the command bar buttons. When selecting a menu item, pay attention to the icon to the left of the item name. The command bar button with the same icon performs the same action.
To select an item, usually you have to left-click it once or twice.
It is assumed that you are familiar with the operating system of the computer where 1C:Enterprise is installed, and that you have the basic skills required to work with this operating system (Microsoft Windows OS or Linux OS).
You must be familiar with the following concepts (for Windows): the Start menu, windows, menus, standard dialog boxes, operating system clipboard, and the Control Panel.
If you have not completely mastered these concepts, it is recommended that you to refer to the operating system documentation.
The documentation package includes the following books:
"1C:Enterprise 8.3. User Manual". Describes the basic concepts and features that are common for all 1C:Enterprise applications.
"1C:Enterprise 8.3. Developer Guide". Describes how to customize applications to reflect the accounting procedures in a specific company, as well as how to develop new applications.
"1C:Enterprise 8.3. Administrator Guide". Describes 1C:Enterprise administration, including features related to building client/server systems.
"1C:Enterprise 8.3. Client/Server. Administrator Guide". Describes 1C:Enterprise installation and operation with client/server infobase versions.
The syntax of the 1C:Enterprise script and query language is described in "1C:Enterprise 8.3. Developer Guide". The full object model description is included in the distribution kit in the electronic form (in the Designer help topics and in the Syntax Assistant).
The distribution kit for a specific product may not include some of the books.
The distribution kit includes electronic documents that include the list of features added in this version and migration recommendations. They are copied to the hard disk during 1C:Enterprise installation. These documents are located in the directory with 1C:Enterprise installation files, in the \docs\en subdirectory. If you do not change the default installation path, they are copied to C:\Program Files\1cv8\ VersionNumber\docs\en. The VersionNumber stands for the 1C:Enterprise version number. For example, this is how the path looks for version 126.96.36.1990: C:\Program Files\1cv8\188.8.131.520\docs\en.
The file V8Update.htm contains the list of changes as compared to previous platform versions, and update instructions.
1C:Enterprise is a universal cloud and on-premise system of programs for automating a company’s financial and wider operational activities. 1C:Enterprise has the breadth of capability to address the diverse needs of today’s business. This is achieved through "configurability" – the ability to customize the system based on the specific needs of companies and their business processes.