This book is the guide for 1C:Enterprise administration.
Chapter 1 covers hardware and software requirements for 1C:Enterprise installation and operation.
Chapter 2 describes installation procedure for 1C:Enterprise solutions package.
Chapter 3 focuses on installation of configurations.
Chapter 4 describes system startup and customization of the startup window.
Chapter 5 contains information on managing infobase list.
Chapter 6 covers 1C:Enterprise administrative capabilities.
Chapter 7 describes web servers' setup for 1C:Enterprise operation.
Chapter 8 details web browsers setup for web client operation.
Chapter 9 is focused on the protection system against unauthorized copying and its customization.
Chapter 10 describes the update procedure.
Chapter 11 demonstrates software uninstall from a computer.
Chapter 12 describes the mobile application administration procedure.
The appendixes include supplementary information, e.g.:
The structure of the directories to be created after installation as well as some files and other directories
Description and location of service files
Operation of infobase verification and repair utility
Internet services for obtaining common infobase lists and client
Components and licenses used
The aspects of administering the client/server 1C:Enterprise version are covered in the "1C:Enterprise 8.3. Client/Server. Administrator Guide". This guide is included in the delivery sets for the software packages that include the 1C:Enterprise back end.
In writing this guide, we assume that you are familiar with the operating system of the computer running 1C:Enterprise (Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systems; for detailed list of the supported operating systems, visit https://yellow-erp.com/page/1c/system-requirements/); you must also possess the basic operating skills for the operating system.
Besides, you need to have administration skills for the operating system used.
For some administration procedures you may need to have Administrator access rights as well as the distribution kit of the operating system in use.
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.
Training Materials and Additional Opportunities
1C Company supports 1C:Enterprise users in learning and deployment of the solutions. Such support includes various sources of information that will help to develop and use applications properly and efficiently.
Text Files Included in the 1C:Enterprise 8.3 Distribution Kit
The distribution kit includes electronic documents that include the descriptions of installation and update procedures, as well as the list of features added in this version. 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.
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.
For detailed information on 1C:Enterprise features, see https://yellow-erp.com/page/1c/platform/.
To help you understand the information in the document, the Guide uses some general techniques to set off certain text elements. Here you will find the agreement on these techniques.
Keys: Keys such as Enter, Esc, Del and the like will be shown with the lettering on the keys themselves, without quotation marks.
When referring to cursor control keys (arrow keys), we will use the phrase cursor control keys when we need to refer to all these keys at once. If we need to refer to these keys individually, we will use the expressions Up Arrow, Down Arrow, Right Arrow, and Left Arrow.
Keyboard Shortcuts: When you need to press a combination of two keys to execute some command, it will be presented as Ctrl + F3.
Buttons: The names of the buttons in a form will be presented by their names without quotation marks, for example, OK, Cancel, Delete, and so forth.
1C:Enterprise Script Keywords: 1C:Enterprise script keywords will be highlighted by a font and written in the manner they are written in software modules: WorkingDate. In the text you will come across references to descriptions of sections or elements of the 1C:Enterprise script (properties, methods, etc). To view these descriptions, use Help content (1C:Enterprise script branch).
Menu Actions: The following framework is used to describe selection of a menu item: Menu – Submenu – Submenu – … – Item. Example: "To select the image scale, use the Table – Type – Scale item," which is equivalent to the text: "To select the image scale, use the Scale item from the Type submenu of the Table menu of the software main menu". If the selection is not to be made in the main menu, this is specifically described.
1C:Enterprise Operation modes: 1C:Enterprise operates in two modes: configuration customization and verification mode (hereinafter referred to as the Designer mode or Designer when related to developing or editing a configuration) and configuration running mode (1C:Enterprise mode from here on).
For the purposes of this guide a user is a specialist who develops or supports a configuration.
%USERPROFILE% expression refers to a variable in Windows environment
that contains a path to the directory of the current user profile. If default installation is used (for the user name Ivanov), the path will look as follows:
C:\Documents and Settings\Ivanov
%APPDATA% expression refers to a Windows environment variable that contains a path to a directory (in the current user profile) for the applications to store data. If default installation is used (for the user name Ivanov), the path will look as follows:
C:\Documents and Settings\Ivanov\Application Data
In Windows Vista and above, this path will appear as follows:
The %LOCALAPPDATA% expression refers to a variable in Windows Vista and above that contains a path to the directory (in the current user profile) where user-specific application data are stored. In a default installation (and for user Ivanov), this path will appear as follows:
The %ALLUSERSPROFILE% expression refers to a variable in Windows that contains a path to the directory available for all system users. In a default installation this path will appear as follows:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users
For Windows Vista this path appears as follows:
Executable files for both Windows and Linux are named in the same way regardless of the OS used and without specifying the extension (if a file has one). Therefore, 1cv8.exe executable file is referred to as 1cv8. In this case, .exe extension should be added in Windows (file names are NOT case-sensitive), and nothing has to be added in Linux (file names ARE case-sensitive).