Administration of User Work
When users work with the 1C:Enterprise system on a network, two issues arise: integration and shared access.
Each user of the system must have free access to shared information such as catalogs or constants.
On the other hand, each user must have access only to the information they need for their work, and their careless actions must not affect other users' work or operation of the system as a whole.
The 1C:Enterprise system's Designer contains sophisticated administrative tools intended to accomplish these tasks.
First of all, in the configuration development process you create the required number of standard sets of rights, (roles and interfaces). These define the privileges of various user categories for access to information processed by the system.
You can assign a wide range of roles, from the ability to only view a limited number of document types to a full set of rights to enter, view, update, and delete any type of data, including any fields and individual records or groups of records within them.
To customize each user's experience so he or she can perform efficiently, you can create customized user interface. Such an interface includes main menu commands and toolbars customized so the user can work with the information to which his set of rights grants him access.
Finally, the 1C:Enterprise system features the capability to create a User list that will define permissions to access the system. This list will be used to authorize a user when logging into the system. A system password can be set for each user. The password is used to verify the user's rights to work in the 1C:Enterprise system.
A list of 1C:Enterprise system users is not a part of the task configuration: it is created separately in a particular organization that uses the system.
The user list can be displayed on the screen by selecting Administration - Users.