Editing Accumulation Register

Accumulation registers are used in the 1C:Enterprise system to collect information about availability and register records of some values (material, monetary and others).

All information about business transactions that is entered using documents has to be reflected in registers. Then it will be possible to retrieve this information, analyze it and provide it to user in report forms.

Accumulation registers are used to store and obtain balances and turnovers by dimensions predefined in the configuration.

1C:Enterprise script methods allow to retrieve accumulation register balances for specified point in time. You can filter data by dimension values or obtain balances by other dimensions.

Accumulation Register Properties

In addition to common properties of all metadata objects, accumulation registers also have a number of specific properties.

You can edit an accumulation register in the edit window.

Register Type

If the register is used to store balances, select Balances from the list, and if the register is used to store turnovers, choose Turnovers.
You can set the totals split mode on the Other tab.
If the totals split flag is set, then totals splitter mechanism is used that provides a greater concurrency of writing to the register. By using it, the system does not update the same totals' register records made by several sessions simultaneously, but writes each totals change as a separate record. To obtain totals, these values are summed. This way, totals are kept up-to-date (this is useful for quick generation of reports, for example), and register records can be made concurrently. This mode requires more resources (for instance, quantity of data in totals tables is in this case higher).
Records multiply only when transactions are performed concurrently. Their quantity for each dimensions' combination depends on maximum number of transactions performed at the same time. When recalculating totals, separate accumulated records are collapsed.

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