Subsystem

Subsystems are the general configuration objects. On their basis the platform generates the command interface of application solution and visually separates all the program functionality on the large and small blocks. The subsystems may have a hierarchical structure, i.e. one subsystem can include multiple other subsystems: 1C:Enterprise 8 - Subsystem Each configuration object can be included in one or more subsystems. Thus, in terms of subsystems it is possible to describe the application solution structure: 1C:Enterprise 8 - Subsystem The sections of application solution by which the user makes the main navigation definitely corresponds to the first level of configuration subsystems: 1C:Enterprise 8 - Subsystem
Command designers
To edit the commands displayed in various interface sections, the platform contains a set of different designers:
  • Configuration command interface designer This designer is intended to configure the panel of partitions. It allows setting the composition and order of partitions and their visibility in the context of roles. Read more...
  • Main section command interface designer This designer is intended to configure the commands of the main section. For the command panel of the current section it allows setting the composition of the commands, their order and visibility of the commands in the context of roles. Read more...
  • Command interface designer This designer is intended to configure the commands of any subsystem. It allows setting the composition of the commands, their order and visibility of the commands in the context of roles for the navigation panel and the panel of actions for the selected subsystem. Read more...
  • "All subsystems" designer This designer allows working simultaneously will all the configuration subsystems. Read more...

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