Chapter 1 contains system requirements for 1C:Enterprise deployment and operation.
Chapter 2 describes installation of 1C:Enterprise.
Chapter 3 describes installation of 1C configurations.
Chapter 4 describes system startup and customization of the startup window.
Chapter 5 contains information on managing the list of infobases.
Chapter 6 explains 1C:Enterprise administration capabilities.
Chapter 7 describes standalone server starting and managing.
Chapter 8 describes how to configure web servers to work with 1C: Enterprise.
Chapter 9 describes how to configure web browsers to run the web client.
Chapter 10 describes the unauthorized use protection system and its settings.
Chapter 11 describes the process of updating the system.
Chapter 12 describes the uninstallation process.
Chapter 13 describes administration of the mobile application.
The appendices contain various auxiliary information:
- Description of the directory structure that will be created after the installation, and descriptions of some files and directories.
- Description and location of internal files.
- Description of utilities for: infobase testing and correcting, integrity monitoring, infobase conversion, and ring utility.
- Description of the command line for starting the 1C:Enterprise client applications and Designer.
- Components and licenses used.
IMPORTANT! Information on administration of the client/server mode of 1C:Enterprise is provided in the 1C: Enterprise 8.3. Client/server mode Administrator Guide. This book is part of the delivery of 1C:Enterprise server software.
What you need to know
It is assumed that you are familiar with the operating system of the computer where 1C:Enterprise is installed (Microsoft Windows or Linux, for more information on compatibility see: https://1c-dn.com/library/system_requirements/), and possess basic skills of work in it.
You also need basic operating system administration skills.
Some administration processes might require administrative access rights and operation system distribution package.
Books included in the documentation
The documentation package includes the following books:
- 1C:Enterprise 8.3. User Manual (https://1c-dn.com/library/user_manual/).https://its.1c.ru/db/v83doc - bookmark:usr Describes the basic concepts and features that are common for all 1C:Enterprise applications.
- 1C:Enterprise 8.3. Developer Guide (https://1c-dn.com/library/developer_guide/).https://its.1c.ru/db/v83doc - bookmark:dev Describes how to customize applications to automate accounting procedures in a specific company, as well as how to develop new applications.
- 1C:Enterprise 8.3. Administrator Guide (https://1c-dn.com/library/administrator_guide_full/).https://its.1c.ru/db/v83doc - bookmark:adm Describes 1C:Enterprise administration, including the deployment of client/server systems.
- 1C:Enterprise 8.3. Client/server mode Administrator Guide (https://1c-dn.com/library/administrator_guide/).https://its.1c.ru/db/v83doc - bookmark:cs Describes how to deploy and operate 1C:Enterprise 8 infobases in client/server mode.
- The object model is described in the online help (Designer help and Syntax Assistant).
IMPORTANT! Some software distribution packages might not include some of these books.
Update and migration notes delivered with1C:Enterprise
The 1C:Enterprise installer copies several text files that list the changes implemented in the platform version and instructions for migration to this platform version to the hard disk.
These files are located in the 1C:Enterprise installation directory, in the \docs\en subdirectory.
- The file V8Update.htm ‑ contains the list of changes and migration instructions.
Keys. Keys Enter, Esc, Del and others are given without quotation marks.
The Arrow keys phrase is used to specify all arrow keys at once. They are referred individually as Up Arrow, Down Arrow, Right Arrow, and Left Arrow.
Keyboard shortcuts. When a command requires a keyboard shortcut it will be stated as Ctrl + F3.
Buttons. Form buttons are given without quotation marks, like OK, Cancel, Delete and others.
1C:Enterprise language keywords. 1C:Enterprise language keywords are highlighted by specific font and are given as in modules, for example: WorkingDate. This manual contains references to some parts of 1C:Enterprise language description (sections, methods, attributes and others). For these descriptions, see the application help (1C:Enterprise language section).
Menu actions. The menu actions are described as follows: Menu ‑ Submenu ‑ Submenu ‑ … ‑ Menu item. Example: "Use Table ‑ View ‑ Scope to change the scope of the picture" means: "Use the Scope item of the View submenu of the Table menu of the application's main menu". If any menu, other than the main menu, is referred, it is specified explicitly.
1C:Enterprise modes. 1C:Enterprise can run in two modes: configuration setup and verification (hereinafter ‑ Designer), and configuration execution (hereinafter ‑ 1C:Enterprise mode).
In the context of this manual, "user" means an expert participating in application development or maintenance.
The %SYSTEMROOT% expression means the operating system environment variable with the operating system installation directory. If the operating system was installed using default settings, this expression equals to
The %USERPROFILE% expression means the Windows environment variable with the current user profile directory. If the operating system was installed using default settings and the user name is Ivanov, this expression equals to
C:\Documents and Settings\Ivanov
For Windows Vista and higher:
The %APPDATA% expression means the Windows environment variable with the current directory containing application data. If the operating system was installed using default settings and the user name is Ivanov, this expression equals to
C:\Documents and Settings\Ivanov\Application Data
For Windows Vista and higher:
The %LOCALAPPDATA% expression means the Windows Vista environment variable with the current directory for user-specific application data. If the operating system was installed using default settings and the user name is Ivanov, this expression equals to
The %ALLUSERSPROFILE% expression means the Windows environment variable with the directory, available for every user. When the operating system was installed using default settings, this expression equals to:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users
For Windows Vista and higher:
The %PROGRAMFILES% expression means the Windows environment variable with the directory containing data files of applications whose bitness equals to operating system bitness. If the operating system was installed using default settings, this expression equals to
The %PROGRAMFILES(x86)% expression means the Windows environment variable with the directory containing data files of applications whose bitness is not eaual to operating system bitness. In other words, this environment variable contains a link to the directory where x32 applications are stored in the x64 operating system. If the operating system was installed using default settings, this expression equals to
C:\Program Files (x86)
The $HOME expression means the Linux environment variable containing the path to the current user profile directory. Instead of this environment variable, the ~ / expression can be used in a file or directory path.
All files of the same name that are used simultaneously for Windows OS, Linux OS and macOS, will be mentioned under the same name in this guide, regardless of the OS being used. For example the 1cestart.cfg file will be stated as is, however in Windows it has the 1CEStart.cfg name, while in Linux and macOS‑ it is 1cestart.cfg.
Extensions of executable files are not specified. This means that 1cv8.exe is mentioned as 1cv8in this manual. In Windows you must add .exe extension to the name, whereas in Linux and macOS you should leave it as is.
Also, Linux and macOS are case-sensitive, and Windows is not.