1C:Enterprise 8.3. Practical Developer’s Guide. Lesson 8 (0:40). Templates. Editing templates. Understanding templates

Understanding templates

The Template configuration object is intended for storing various data presentation forms, which might be required by certain configuration objects or by the entire applied solution.

A template can store a spreadsheet or a text document, binary data, an HTML document or an Active Document, a graphical or geographical schema, a data composition schema, or an appearance template for a data composition schema.

A template can exist independently (a common template), or it can be subordinate to some configuration object.

One of the uses of a template that is subordinate to a configuration object and contains a spreadsheet document is generating a print form for this object. The print form creation consists of laying out its component parts (named areas that are used to assemble a print form).

The methods of populating the areas with data and outputting them into the final form are defined using 1C:Enterprise script. A print form can include various graphic objects: images, OLE objects, charts, and more.

In addition to manual template creation, Designer provides developers with the print wizard, which simplifies the template creation.

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