1C:Enterprise 8.3. Administrator Guide. Chapter 1. Hardware And Software Requirements

1C:Enterprise 8.3. Administrator Guide. Contents


HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

The most up-to-date system requirements for the 1C:Enterprise along with the current updates are available online at: http://1c-dn.com/library/system_requirements/.

1.1. THIN CLIENT

End user computer:

„ Operating system: Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server

2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Fedora 17, Mint 12, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

„ 1,800 MHz or higher Intel Pentium/Celeron processor

„ 1 GB or higher RAM

„ Hard drive (approximately 70 MB of disk space is used for installation)

„ CD-ROM drive

„ USB port

„ SVGA display

1.2. THICK CLIENT

End user computer:

„ Operating system: Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server

2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Fedora 17, Mint 12, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

„ 1,800 MHz or higher Intel Pentium/Celeron processor

„ 1 GB or higher RAM

„ Hard drive (approximately 300 MB of disk space is used for installation)

„ CD-ROM drive

„ USB port

„ SVGA display

Computer used for configuration development:

„ Operating system: Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server

2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Fedora 17, Mint 12, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

„ 2,400 MHz or higher Intel Pentium/Celeron processor

„ 2 GB or higher RAM (4 GB recommended)

„ Hard drive (approximately 300 MB of disk space is used for installation)

„ CD-ROM drive

„ USB port

„ SVGA display

RAM requirements for thick client operation and configuration development are affected by the feature set of the configuration.

1.3. WEB CLIENT

The requirements for running the web client are generally limited to the web browser being used. For details on the specific features of web client operation, see "The 1C:Enterprise 8.3. Developer Manual".

„ The following web browsers are supported:

for Windows OS:

□ Mozilla Firefox 17 or later

□ Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 – 9.0 □ Google Chrome 4 or later for Linux OS:

□ Mozilla Firefox 17 or later for MacOS X:

□ Safari 4.0.5 or later (for MacOS X 10.5 or later)

„ 1,800 MHz or higher Intel Pentium/Celeron processor

„ 1 GB or higher RAM

„ hard drive (approximately 250 MB of disk space is used for installation)

„ SVGA display

1.4. MOBILE PLATFORM

For iOS-based devices:

„ iOS – v. 5.1 and later;

„ iPhone – 3GS and later;

„ iPod Touch – 3rd generation and later;

„ iPad – all versions; „ iPad mini.

For Android-based devices:

„ Android – v.2.2 and later;

„ Processor – ARM-compatible; „ RAM – at least 256MB; „ Touch screen.

We recommend you update to the latest version of the operating system for the mobile device being used.

1.5. USE OF COMPUTER POWER SAVING MODES

If 1C:Enterprise is running on a computer, power saving modes can only be used when all the conditions below are met:

„ The dongle is installed locally.

„ The file-server version is used.

„ The database file is located on a local drive.

Otherwise switching to a power saving mode will be denied regardless of the reason for such mode to be initiated.

1.6. SUPPORTED WEB SERVERS

1C:Enterprise supports the following web servers:

„ Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) versions 5.1, 6.0, 7.0, 7.5, 8.0. Web server documentation:

IIS version 6.0: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc785089(WS.10).aspx

IIS version 7.0: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732976(WS.10).aspx

IIS version 7.5: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754281.aspx IIS version 8.0: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh831725.aspx „ Apache HTTP Server versions 2.0, 2.2.

The latest      versions                 of the     web        server     can         be           downloaded         at: http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi. Web server documentation:

Apache version 2.0: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/

Apache version 2.2: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/

NOTE

The       current     list           of web     servers    supported                is             published                at http://1c-dn.com/library/system_requirements/.

The unixOdbc library, version 2.2.11 or later, is required to use external data sources on the 1C:Enterprise server under Linux to support interaction with a file mode of an infobase via a web server.

If the web server is used to access a file-mode database, then the computer on which the web server and the web server extension are run must meet the following requirements:

„ Intel Pentium/Celeron, 1800 MHz and higher

„ 1 GB RAM or more (2 GB recommended)

„ Hard disk (about 300 MB is used during installation)

„ CD-ROM drive

„ USB port

„ SVGA display

1.7.               OTHER REQUIREMENTS

1.7.1. For Windows

The user account under which the client application is running should possess the access right for List Folder Content for the temporary files directory.

1.7.2. For Linux

When running Linux, the following libraries must be installed:

„ webkitgtk v. 1.2.5 and later

The following libraries may be required for a number of system capabilities:

„ ImageMagick:

     Name of the library being loaded: libMagicWand or libWand.

Version:

6.2.8 and later, if you will not be working with a Geographical Schema. □ 6.3.2 and later, if you will be working with a Geographical Schema.

Purpose:

□ to run the 1C:Enterprise server in managed mode.

□ to use the Chart, GraphicalSchema, SpreadsheetDocument objects on the server.

□ to use the GetPicture() method of Chart, GanttChart, Dendrogram, PivotChart objects.

„ FreeType:

     Name of the library being loaded: libfreetype.

Version: 1.2.5 and later.

Purpose:

□ to run the 1C:Enterprise server in managed mode.

□ to use the Chart, GraphicalSchema, SpreadsheetDocument objects on the server.

□ to use the GetPicture() method of åðóthe Chart, GanttChart, Dendrogram, PivotChart objects.

□ to save as PDF.

„ Libgsf:

     Name of the library being loaded: libgsf-1.

Version: 1.10.1 and later.

Purpose: to export/import documents in XLS format.

„ Glib:

     Name of the library being loaded: libglib-2.0.

Version: 2.12.4 and later.

Purpose: to export/import documents in XLS format.

„ unixOdbc:

     Name of the library being loaded: libodbc.

Version: 2.2.11 and later.

Purpose: to work with external data sources.

„ Kerberos:

     Name of the library being loaded: libkrb5.

Version: 1.4.2 and later.

Purpose: to perform authentication using OS tools.

„ GSS-API Kerberos:

     Name of the library being loaded: libgssapi_krb5.

Version: 1.4.2 and later.

Purpose: to perform authentication using OS tools.

„ Microsoft Core Fonts.

1C:Enterprise downloads the library specifying its name as name of the library being loaded.so.X.Y, where:

„ name of the library being loaded is a value from the list above;

„ so is the File with the Library flag;

„ X.Y are suffix figures for the library available in the system.

Only libraries registered in the system cache of the run-time dynamic linker are used (this information can be obtained by executing the ldconfig –p command). If the system has multiple library versions, the latest version will be loaded.

1.8. LIMITATIONS

Shared use of the file-mode infobase is only possible for client applications of the same version. The architecture (a 32- and 64-bit application) and the operating system (Windows or Linux) used by the client application accessing the file infobase are not restricted.

The maximum number of concurrent connections to one file infobase is 1024.

Concurrent work with the file-mode infobase across the network is only supported for network resources accessed via SMB (CIFS). Those resources can be located on computers with either a Windows or Linux operating system.

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