Cross-platform

Cross-platform is a system ability to work under various operating systems. The main system components can work both under Windows operating system and under Linux operating system. In addition, the client part of 1C:Enterprise can be launched on the computers with operating systems Mac OS X and Apple iOS.
Client applications on different platforms
The users of different devices with different operating systems can work with the information bases of 1C:Enterprise using any client applications. Thick and thin clients are implemented both for Windows and for Linux. And web-client is executed in the internet-browser environment and is adapted to work with the popular browsers. 1C:Enterprise 8 - Cross-platform For example, the users of Windows operating system can work:
  • with thick client;
  • with thin client;
  • with web-client using the browsers Windows Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.
The users of Linux operating system can work:
  • with thick client;
  • with thin client;
  • with web-client using the browser Mozilla Firefox.
The users of Macintosh computers can connect to the 1C:Enterprise with web-client using the browser Safari. And for the users of mobile devices of Apple company the special modifications are made in the web-client that improve the convenience of work on the small screens and support a touch input. Thus, the rigorous work with 1C:Enterprise is possible, for example, on iPad using a mobile version of Safari browser.

Multi-platform system
The use of web-client allows all the main platform components to operate, for example, under Linux operating system. 1C:Enterprise 8 - Cross-platform Another possible variant is the operation under Windows operating system. 1C:Enterprise 8 - Cross-platform In general, the 1C:Enterprise architecture allows mixing in a single system the elements that operate under various operating systems. 1C:Enterprise 8 - Cross-platform
Multi-platform cluster
The computers in a cluster can operate under the operating systems Windows or Linux. It is allowed to add to the structure of one cluster the operating servers that operate under different operating systems. 1C:Enterprise 8 - Cross-platform The features of operating servers under Linux:
  • cannot interact with DBMS Microsoft SQL Server,
  • work with COM-objects is not supported,
  • authentication on the server is performed with protocol Kerberos,
  • work with Internet connection is not available.

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